Integrating genetic testing into routine oncology clinical care
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Dr James MacKay discusses how clinical care benefits from having genetic testing as part of its service. James describes the clinical scene, how genetic testing fits into it, and provides insight into analysing genetic code to find mutations, specifically in woman at risk of breast or ovarian cancer.
This lecture was part of the '35th gp update forum' at The Royal Society of Medicine in London.
Date of lecture: 16th September 2015
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