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In the News:
Free Genome Sequencing Now Available to all UCSF Patients.
Nation’s Most Comprehensive Whole-Genome Screening Program.
By Nicholas Weiler
August 24, 2020
In the News:
The Role of Exome Sequencing in Newborn Screening for Inborn Errors of Metabolism
August 10, 2020
In the News:
DNA Test Identifies Genetic Causes of Severe Fetal and Newborn Illness.
‘Exome Sequencing’ by UCSF Team Sheds Light on Hydrops Fetalis.
By Elizabeth Fernandez
October 8, 2020
In the News:
How a Powerful Genetic Test Found a Life-Saving Therapy for an Infant's Rare Cancer
by Kate Vindinsky
September 11, 2019
In the News:
Tailored Drug Cocktails Offer Hope to Kids with Aggressive Brain Tumors
Clinical Trial Tests Personalized Treatments in Push to Improve Pediatric Cancer Survival
By Suzanne Leigh
August 29, 2018
In the News:
UC500: Apex Order Availability
UCSF500 Gene Test
The UCSF500 Cancer Gene Panel is a molecular diagnostic test appropriate for patients with advanced cancer,
especially those who experience a poor response to standard therapy.
UCSF Clinical Cancer Genomic Lab
UCSF Clinical Laboratories
UCSF Medical Genetics
Department of Pediatrics
UCSF Center for Reproductive Health

The UCSF Health Center for Clinical Genetics and Genomics (UCCGG) spans clinical genetics and genomics services from conception through aging.  The clinics are engaged in counseling and diagnosing couples regarding genetic risk prior to and during conception, embryonic development, pregnancy, childhood and adulthood.  UCSF is a preeminent center for cancer risk assessment and prevention.  Genetic testing services include profiling of individual’s tumors for the purposes of guiding oncologist’s targeted therapies to treat cancers. UCSF is at the forefront of developing and validating cutting edge genomic tests that span cancer genomics, pharmacogenetics, pre-conception, perinatal, neonatal, pediatric and adult diagnostics. The UCCGG is a point of training for future health care providers in genomic medicine, and laboratory directors for high quality genomic data generation and interpretation. We are engaged in cutting edge clinical trials to treat individuals with genetic diseases, to discover genetic causes of undiagnosed diseases, to understand mechanisms of disease and ethics of genomic testing, and to provide the most comprehensive diagnostic tools to the clinic and bedside.