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Patient Stories

Evie, who has an immune deficiency

Kevin and Corinne Kirk hope a simple blood sample from daughter Evie, two, could help unlock the mysteries of her condition.
The Kirks with daughter Evie

Lola, who has learning difficulties

The parents of a seven-year-old girl diagnosed with learning disability have urged others to follow their example and take part in a pioneering NHS genetics project.
Lola and her family in a sunny park with the dog

Gaynor, who was diagnosed with bowel cancer

Gaynor Allen, aged 55 from Oxfordshire, is taking part in the 100,000 Genomes Project.
Gaynor Allen running in a pink track suit