Monthly Archives: October 2010

Paternal health ‘disregarded in breast cancer cases’

The BBC website reports today that women at risk of breast cancer miss out on tests and early diagnosis because their father’s family’s health history is disregarded, a study has suggested. Canadian researchers say in Lancet Oncology that women were … Continue reading

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Equity of access to genetic services – international perspectives

The 23rd annual conference of the International Society of Nurses in Genetics is being held in Dallas, Texas this week.  I’m attending to present a paper on our Fit for Practice in the Genetics/Genomics Era work and present a poster … Continue reading

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Genetics and Genomics ‘State-side’: an update

Well I’m back from my whistle-stop trip to NIH in the US (see Blog of 20th Sept). After so many meetings (9) and conferences (3 over 4 days) squeezed into just 8 days – where do I start? It was … Continue reading

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Telling Stories tees off at The Belfry!

With Ryder Cup fever sweeping Wales and the UK this week, the Telling Stories team kept up with the golfing theme (minus the dodgy golfing knitwear!) as they visited the famous Belfry Golf Club in the West Midlands to give … Continue reading

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