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 Lamberts NEW 2020 Jan-March Seminar Programme - Making the most of our Genetic Inheritances

Lamberts NEW 2020 Jan-March Seminar Programme - Making the most of our Genetic Inheritances

  Published to Upcoming Events on Dec 06, 2019

Is it useful to run laboratory tests to identify genetic variances? In this era of personalised healthcare, this is a question that practitioners increasingly find themselves being asked by their clients.

In this full day seminar, we explore the benefits and limitations of gathering genetic data. We look at how genetic information may enhance insight to a client’s case when it is interpreted alongside specific functional results and case history information. It’s this important ‘phenotypic’ information that helps to determine whether the genetic variants could be having any effect on the client’s health.

As always, the seminar will allow for plenty of interaction throughout to make it clinically useful. We’ll be discussing examples of typical groups of genetic variants that can be tested and we’ll illustrate how practitioners can use nutritional interventions that may enable the client to reduce the long-term risks of the genetic variants s/he has inherited.

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