“The understanding of difficult diseases such as ovarian cancer, which has very complex genetic damage, will be transformed by the information from whole genome sequencing provided by the Genomics England 100,000 genomes project”.
Dr James Brenton, cancer lead for the East of England Genomics Medicine Centre.
The privacy and confidentiality of your patient data is vital in the 100,000 Genomes Project. Data is analysed within a secure, monitored environment.
The attached video explains what happens to your genomic and health data if you join the Project. The film follows the whole journey from consent to sequencing, to interpretation to research. Please watch it here.