My Condition, My DNA

Genetic Alliance UK is looking for patients affected by genetic conditions and their families to take part in their new project, My Condition, My DNA.

 Advances in genomic sequencing are making it faster and cheaper to sequence large amounts of genetic information. Researchers are finding out more about how our genes affect our health and how we can use this information to improve healthcare..

 My Condition, My DNA will use a series of interactive sessions, which participants can take part in from the comfort of their own home, to find out what patients and their families feel about the use of genomic sequencing in the NHS. The findings of this research will be fed straight back to those making decisions about how genomic sequencing could be used by the NHS in the future in the form of a ‘Patient and Family Charter’.

If you think you’d like to be involved in this study then please follow the link to this flyer for more information. Should you wish to take part then please complete this participant registration form and return it to Alice Hazelton via email (alice@geneticalliance.org.uk) or by post (Genetic Alliance UK, Unit 4D Leroy House, 436 Essex Road, London, N1 3QP).

 If you have any questions about the study then please feel free to contact Alice at alice@geneticalliance.org.uk or on 020 7704 3141.