Monthly Archives: March 2006

Supporting Genetics Education for Health

The NHS National Genetics Education and Development Centre held its one-day conference in Birmingham on March 8th.  The programme was chaired for the day by Prof Gifford Batstone, and speakers included Prof Ron Harden (Director of Education at the International … Continue reading

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Potential for new therapies for people with eczema

BBC News reports this morning on the identification of a gene which causes dry skin and which leads to the development of eczema and asthma.  The discovery paves the way for new treatments that can target the cause of the … Continue reading

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Blogged off?

The Genomics Policy Unit apologises for the sudden marked decline in posts.  Our two most prolific bloggers are away at the moment, throwing into sharp relief the inertia of the rest of the team.  Please feel free to post any … Continue reading

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