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A healthcare revolution: how genomics is transforming cancer care in the NHS

15 Jun 2023
Central 8
Quality, transformation and innovation

Genomics, the study of the genes in our DNA and their function, is transforming care for people living with cancer by delivering faster and more accurate diagnoses, more effective and targeted treatment, and predicting and preventing certain conditions.

Join this session to see real-life experiences of how lives are being saved and transformed and how the NHS is a world-leader in this healthcare revolution.

Delegates can expect to learn:

  • how genomics is transforming cancer in the NHS
  • how to adopt the approaches being presented on into their teams
  • how genomic testing is commissioned and delivered in the NHS
  • how to find out more about genomics in the NHS and how to get involved.
Professor Dame Sue Hill, Chief Scientific Officer (CSO) for England
Prof Chrissie Thirlwell, Clinical Director SW GMSA - NHS South West Genomic Medicine Service Alliance
Dr Kevin Monahan, Gastroenterologist - St Mark’s Hospital
Prof Sandi Deans, Deputy Director Genomic Unit - NHS England
Thomas Campbell, Account Director - Wieden+Kennedy