Genomics England is ready to begin the process of looking for ‘Additional Findings’ for participants of the 100,000 Genomes Project who opted in. Check and change the choice you made when consenting about opting into ‘Additional Findings’ by Monday, 19th April now!
The 2020 Student Voice Prize winning essays have been published! Read Catriona Chaplin’s overall winning essay in the Orphanet Journal of Rare Diseases or view Caitlyn, Molly and Sanjana’s runner-up essays on BioMed Central’s blog. Congratulations again to The 2020 Student Voice Prize winners!
We’re featured in Health Awareness and Mediaplanet’s 2021 Rare Diseases campaign! Read our CEO’s article, Rare disease patient groups provide hope to isolated communities, in full now and be sure to pick up a copy of the Guardian newspaper to read the entire campaign in print.
If you haven’t had a chance to read the new UK Rare Disease Framework in full, we’ve summarised its contents for you in a simple, easy-to-read blog. Learn what the UK Rare Disease Framework means for you and let us know your thoughts in the comments or by tagging us on social media!
If you haven’t had a chance to read the new UK Rare Disease Framework in full, we’ve summarised its contents for you. Learn the new UK Rare Disease Framework’s four key priorities and five underpinning themes now!