By Dr Ananya Mandal, MDJune 6, 2018 Both sexually transmitted infections (STIs), syphilis and gonorrhoea, are on the rise in modern England, staging a comeback from the Victorian era. Over the past one year, there has been a 20 percent rise in the incidence of STIs. The rates of syphilis for example is on a […]Continue Reading ...
March 20, 2018 Genomics England adopts Edico Genome’s DRAGEN Bio-IT Platform to increase accuracy, consistency of next-generation sequencing analysis Today (8 January 2018) at the annual J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference, Edico Genome and Genomics England announced a new partnership to strengthen the accuracy and consistency of next-generation sequencing data analysis in Genomics England’s Rare Disease […]Continue Reading ...
Palliative and end-of-life care don’t seem to be being regarded as as core services and products by means of medical commissioning teams (CCGs) in some portions of England, with an unlimited level of variation throughout other services and products…Continue Reading ...
Healthcare knowledge breaches in England Aimie Chapple Consistent with Accenture’s survey of one,000 customers in England one-in-eight (13 in line with cent) have had their non-public scientific data stolen from era methods. Greater than part (68 in line with cent) of English customers mentioned they need to have a minimum of some involvement in retaining […]Continue Reading ...
March 20, 2018 Public Health England has announced that Whole Genome Sequencing (WGS) is now being used to identify different strains of tuberculosis (TB). This is the first time that WGS has been used as a diagnostic solution for managing a disease on this scale anywhere in the world. The technique, developed in conjunction with […]Continue Reading ...
Healthcare information breaches in England Aimie Chapple In keeping with Accenture’s survey of one,000 customers in England one-in-eight (13 in step with cent) have had their private scientific data stolen from generation techniques. Greater than part (68 in step with cent) of English customers stated they need to have a minimum of some involvement in […]Continue Reading ...
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