Tuesday, 4 June 2019

One person in 10 is mistaken about the identity of their father, reveals NHS chief

One person in 10 is mistaken about the identity of their father, reveals NHS chief One person in 10 is mistaken about the identity of their father, genetic tests for hereditary illnesses are revealing, according to an NHS chief.

The era of genomic medicine is allowing doctors to screen rising numbers for preventative action against diseases such as cancer and Alzheimer’s.

About 220,000 such tests are carried out by the NHS in England and Scotland each year. The Daily Telegraph

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