Dr Terri McVeigh is a Consultant Clinical Geneticist specializing in Cancer Genetics. Dr McVeigh has a special interest in Clinical Education, the application of genomic testing to direct cancer treatment and Cancer Predisposition in Children, Adolescents and Adults (syndromic and non-syndromic).

As a part of our Clinical Series, Dr Terri McVeigh will be talking about NHS genetic testing, including Lynch, and an explanation around molecular profiling. In this webinar Dr McVeigh will guide us through a general overview of the genetic basis of ovarian cancer – including tumour and hereditary genetics and the type of genetic testing offered to newly diagnosed patients, and implications for treatment.

Join this session to find out more about NHS genetic testing and to ask any questions that you might about this topic. 

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