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The European Journal of Human Genetics is the official Journal of the ESHG.

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The European Society of Human Genetics is a non-profit organization. Its aims are to promote research in basic and applied human and medical genetics, to ensure high standards in clinical practice and to facilitate contacts between all persons who share these aims, particularly those working in Europe.

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“GertJan was the heart of the EJHG. We will remember his enthusiasm, his argumentation, and all he did for the Society in general. We thank him.” said...

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A European geneticist is one of the two winners of this year’s Nobel Prize for chemistry, the first time that two women have shared the prize....

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Regulation EU 2017/746 (the IVD Regulation) is a threat to both precision medicine and crisis management if the Article 5-§5 conditions (d)-(i) are...

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The New York Times reported on 17 June 2020 that the Chinese government is collecting DNA from ordinary people as part of a programme of surveillance...

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An ad hoc working group in ESHG (Johan den Dunnen, Helen Firth, Nicole de Leeuw, Hans Scheffer and Gunnar Houge) has proposed a two dimensional system...

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The past year has seen many developments in the field of gene editing, both in somatic and in germ line applications. Editing the germline means that...

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