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Blog Examining whether viruses can combat antimicrobial resistance
17 November 2022
The UK House of Commons Science and Technology Committee has announced a new inquiry that will explore the antimicrobial potential of bacteriophages (phages), a topic explored by the PHG Foundation in our 2021 policy briefing on phage therapy.
Blog Making the most of genomics: supporting clinical research and care
10 November 2022
Two new publications have been released, focusing on the need for action to ensure that the benefits of genomics for patients are properly realised.
Blog Cancer, screening, and polygenic scores
1 November 2022
Screening is an important aspect of disease control and can support diagnosis and treatment of early stage disease.
Blog CAR-T cell therapy for lupus
19 October 2022
CAR-T cell therapy involves genetically engineering T cells, a type of immune cell, so that they respond to a prespecified molecular marker, or antigen.
News Accelerating genomic medicine in the NHS: a new era?
17 October 2022
NHS England has released a new strategy setting out plans to embed genomics into national health service: Accelerating genomic medicine in the NHS.
Blog Accelerating genomic medicine
17 October 2022
The new NHS strategy set out the plan for integrating genomics over the next 5 years.
News Celebrating 25 years of making science work for health
25 August 2022
We are celebrating 25 years as pioneers working where good science meets effective public health policy