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FILM: What Next for Genomics?

31 July 2017
Appeared in BioNews 911

This film documents the Progress Educational Trust/Genomics England event 'What Next for Genomics? Providing Answers, Changing Lives, Transforming the NHS'. The event launched the Generation Genome report by the UK's Chief Medical Officer, who was a keynote speaker.

The event also launched a new phase of the Genomics Conversation, a programme of activities led by Genomics England which involves the public and stakeholders in discussions about key issues in genomic medicine.

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