NHS Genomic Medicine Service
The NHS South East Genomic Laboratory Hub (SE GLH) is one of seven Genomic Lab Hubs delivering the NHS Genomic Medicine Service, providing testing, interpretation and reporting services. The NHS Trusts that make up the SE GLH, together with NHS England are responsible as joint controllers under data protection legislation for the processing of personal data to provide the NHS Genomic Medicine Service. To find out more on how we are using personal data to provide genomic testing, view the NHS Genomic Medicine Service national privacy notice.
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