Share your diagnostic journey

As part of a book about the concept of ‘diagnosis’

Dr Suzanne O’Sullivan, a consultant neurologist based at the National Hospital for Neurology, London, is writing a book about the concept of ‘diagnosis’. It includes a discussion of genetic diagnosis, all the great strides that have been made but also considering all the implications of a genetic diagnosis and how they are managed.

In the book she hopes to understand how it feels for a person to take the journey to a genetic diagnosis, with all the implications that brings. Not just what it is like to make the decision to have a test, but also what the waiting, hospital appointments and the aftercare are like.

Would you like to have your story told (anonymised if preferred)?

Email and suzanne.o’ for more information or to get involved.

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