Monthly Archives: December 2012

Great response to Telling Stories project on Twitter!

The Telling Stories team has been really pleased with the response it has had to the Telling Stories Understanding Real Life Genetics resource since joining Twitter earlier this year. Not only have we been gradually building up our followers, but recently … Continue reading

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DNA mapping for cancer and rare disease patients

BBC health news has reported that up to 100,000 patients with cancer and rare diseases in England are to have their entire genetic code sequenced. The Prime Minister will announce £100m has been set aside for the project over the … Continue reading

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NICE to see you, to see you, NICE!

The Glamorgan-based Telling Stories Understanding Real Life Genetics project team was delighted to be contacted earlier this year by the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE), requesting permission to use Tony’s video story about sickle cell disease – … Continue reading

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