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Parents who want to understand the cause of their infant daughter's immune deficiency are among more than 1,000 people who participated in the first full year of a ground-breaking NHS genetics project in Oxford.

Kevin and Corinne Kirk hope a simple blood sample from daughter Evie, two, could help unlock the mysteries of her condition, which leaves her susceptible to infections and means she has to take antibiotics and a regular infusion of antibodies.

The Chinnor, Oxfordshire couple are among more than 1,000 patients and their families who have contributed to the100,000 Genomes Project, a national project funded by the Department of Health.

Read more (Oxford University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust website)