National Cancer Genetics MDT
The National Cancer Genetics MDT (UKCGG National CGM) is a collaboration between the CanGene-CanVar Programme and the UK Cancer Genetics Group (UKCGG), which aims to create a regular national forum to discuss complex cancer genetics cases, improve patient management and expand clinical knowledge.
For patient confidentiality and clinical governance, meeting attendees will be required to register for the meeting in advance and are required to work within the NHS in the area of cancer genetics.
National Cancer Genetics MDT Objectives:
Creation of a national multidisciplinary professional network and regular forum to discuss and advise on complex cancer genetics cases.
Improve outcomes and consistency of care for patients by facilitating multidisciplinary discussion.
Identify areas in which national guidelines are required or need updating.
Improve training and education in clinical cancer genetics.
Facilitate relevant publications in peer-reviewed journals based on cases discussed, best practice guidelines and the value of a national forum for clinicians and patients.
Please see our UKCGG National CGM resources below for an up-to-date list of meeting summaries, educational tools, references and web-based links.
Register to attend the next MDT
You must register in advance for this meeting
For patient confidentiality and clinical governance, meeting attendees will be required to register for the meeting in advance and are required to work within the NHS in the area of cancer genetics - please ensure that you register with your full name and NHS or academic email
CanRisk with guest speaker Professor Antonis Antoniou
Thursday March 18th 12.30-13.45
Please register via the following link: