Cape Town Declaration

At the fourth Global Genomic Medicine Collaborative (G2MC)
Meeting in Cape Town, South Africa in November 2018, 125 leading scientists,
physicians and healthcare professionals from 26 countries came together to
further the mission of accelerating genomic medicine implementation around the
world.

As a result, these leaders developed the Cape Town Declaration on Implementing
Genomic Medicine Towards Universal Health Coverage by 2030
. Collectively,
they will work to find ways to help governments, intergovernmental agencies,
international development partners and the World Health Organization to come
together to understand the value of genomic medicine and help implement it
worldwide.

Read the full Cape Town Declaration