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Genomics and genome editing in the NHS

18 September 2017

The Houses of Commons Science and Technology Committee has relaunched its inquiry into genomics and genome editing, and is now taking written submissions.

What is the inquiry aboutThis inquiry examines the Chief Medical Officer's (Dame Sally Davies) call in her latest annual report, ‘Generation Genome’, for mainstreaming genomic medicine in the NHS within 5 years. The Committee is inviting written evidence on the CMO’s recommendations, including observations on how any barriers to greater integration of genomic therapies in the NHS could be overcome, and how such barriers may differ across the devolved nations.
 
Who can submit evidence? Anyone, including those who submitted evidence to the previous interim inquiry
 
Where can I submit evidencehttp://bit.ly/2f0c7uW
 
 
What’s the word limit? 3,000 words max – but shorter is better! A shorter, focused, submission in their preferred format which outlines how your work is relevant to the inquiry is better than trying to address all the terms of reference. 
 
What’s the deadline13 October 2017
 
Where can I get further guidance on how to submit evidence? Contact Rhiannon Wilson at PolicyBristol in RED – rhiannon.wilson@bristol.ac.uk
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