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Results from the 100,000 Genomes Project

Genomics England knows how important results are to people taking part in the project.

Never before has genomic sequencing been attempted in a health service on this scale, and returning results is taking longer than was first envisaged. It has been more difficult than expected to collect and analyse so much data.

Results are now beginning to be returned to people who took part in the early part of the project; but for some, it will still be a year or more before results are returned. For people joining now, it is likely to be a year or more before you hear anything about your results.

If you are a current participant, and want to know where your samples are in the analysis pathway, you can enter your details at the website below to request an update:

www.genomicsengland.co.uk/trackmysample

You may prefer to talk to someone about this. If so, please contact us at the email address or telephone number below and we can arrange the help you need.

Genomics England publishes regular updates on progress with results on their website:

www.genomicsengland.co.uk/taking-part/information-for-participants

You can find out more about how a genomic sequence is analysed here:

www.genomicsengland.co.uk/taking-part/information-for-participants/how-we-analyse-a-genome