A one day event is being run by Breast Cancer Care for women who are at a high risk of developing breast cancer based on their family history of cancer. The day in on the 24th April in Central London. For more information please go to the following link.
November 14th 2009 was rather a wet and windy day however, nearly 90 BRCA carriers and guests came together from all round the region, sadly no one was able to attend from the Isle of Wight due to the weather conditions, for a morning of education and information sharing. The event was held at the Solent Hotel who had kindly donated a room to us.
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Some areas of the Wessex Clinical Genetics Service website are restricted from public access. While we have been issuing details of a generic login for health professionals, we do realise that this is not necessarily as convenient as our previous extranet site.
Therefore we are pleased to announce that if you are accessing our site from the NHS N3 network, you will automatically be given access to the Health Professionals pages, giving you quicker access to the information and resources that you need.
The Academic Unit of Genetic Medicine, Southampton (AcUGeMS) was established in 2007, to create a university research environment embedded in the Wessex Clinical Genetics NHS Service. The group has a strong track record of multidisciplinary genetics research at the interface of clinical practice and basic science. The NHS / University partnership in genetics results in research programs that are initiated by patient need, keeping them focused and relevant.
Access to information on this website that is specifically for health professionals is restricted and requires health professionals to login or be on the NHS network. If you can not see the Health