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  • Guys and St Thomas' Cancer Genetics App

    posted on 13th September 2017  |  0 Comments  |  Not tagged.

    Posted from: CGG

    The Guys and St Thomas' cancer genetics app assists clinicians in primary and secondary care to identify patients at risk of inherited cancer syndromes or at increased risk of cancer due to genetic susceptibility.

    The app is available here

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  • We're now on Twitter!

    posted on 13th September 2017  |  0 Comments  |  Not tagged.

    Posted from: CGG

    Follow us @UKCGG

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  • Cancer Gene Panel Testing Meeting

    Cancer Gene Panel Testing Meeting

    posted on 17th May 2017  |  0 Comments  |  Not tagged.

    Posted from: CGG

    On the 8th May 2017, the clinical cancer genetics leads across the UK met to agree the set of genes with good evidence for being associated with breast, ovarian, colorectal cancer and polyposis syndromes.

    An agreement was reached about which genes clinicians would approve being testing for in clinical diagnostic labs.

     

     

     This meeting will be followed up by:

    - Compilation of a gene dossier for UKGTN for breast, ovarian and colorectal cancer/polyposis panel testing

    - CGG-produced pragmatic management suggestions for all genes included to facilitate consistency across the UK, whilst acknowledging local constraints and protocols

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  • InSIGHT data collection request

    posted on 18th May 2016  |  0 Comments  |  Not tagged.

    Posted from: CGG

    InSIGHT are requesting additional clinical information for the list of MMR variants here

    Submissions can be emailed to Bryony.Thompson@hci.utah.edu using the form here

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  • What's in a name?

    posted on 9th March 2016  |  0 Comments  |  Not tagged.

    Posted from: CGG

    The Cancer Genetics Group is looking for suggestions for a new name to reflect advances in genomics and it's role in both hereditary and somatic cancers.

    Any suggestions to Marc Tischkowitz: mdt33@medschl.cam.ac.uk

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