Video: How genetics will impact upon healthcare

Clinical geneticist Professor Sir John Burn told conference how genetic tests are becoming cheaper and more convenient, and could play a key role in the future of primary care.

Professor Sir John Burn (Photo: Pete Hill)
Professor Sir John Burn (Photo: Pete Hill)

Recent technological advances could allow for more personalised and effective patient care tailored to their genotype, he said.

Watch the full video of Professor Burn’s presentation at the RCGP conference on Friday, which was met with an enthusiastic response from attending GPs.

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