Independent report

Mapping 100,000 genomes: strategic priorities, data and ethics

Recommendations from the working groups that considered the strategic priorities, data standards and ethical requirements of mapping 100,000 genomes.

Documents

DH commissioned working group: recommendations on strategic priorities

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DH commissioned working group: recommendations on data

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Detail

Genomes of up to 100,000 patients or infections in patients will be sequenced over the next 5 years leading to better and earlier diagnosis and more personalised care. The Chief Medical Officer established 3 working groups to consider the strategic priorities, data and ethical implications of this work. The reports give the final recommendations of those groups.

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