North Thames NHS Genomic Medicine Centre

The North Thames NHS Genomic Medicine Centre (NTGMC) has been set up to help gain a better understanding of the genetic causes of cancer and rare disease. It is part of the Government’s 100,000 Genomes Project which aims to sequence, or analyse, 100,000 genomes from participants with cancer and rare disorders. The North Thames GMC is currently one of 13 regional Genomic Medicine Centres in England.

About us

The North Thames NHS Genomic Medicine Centre (NTGMC) has been set up to help gain a better understanding of the genetic causes of cancer and rare disorders and will be contributing to the Government’s 100,000 Genomes Project.

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Taking part

The success of the project relies on patients and families with eligible rare diseases and cancer agreeing to take part. Find out more about taking part.

Taking part

Healthcare professionals

The 100,000 Genomes Project is the intended to transform the use of genomics in healthcare in the UK. Find out more about how this could impact healthcare professionals, education and training and the available resources.

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