Family Medical History Tree

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Questions & answers

If you have access to your GP health record in your NHS account, you'll be able to see your summary record using the NHS App or the NHS website. It contains information about your medicines and allergies. If you only have access to your summary record, you'll see a message on your GP health record.
Questions to Ask Your Family about Their Health History Does anyone in our family have cancer? Does anyone in our family have a chronic disease? Does our family have a history of mental health conditions? When did family members get diagnosed with a serious or chronic disease? Share details with your physician.
You have the legal right to see the information we hold about you. You can also request access to see a deceased person's information we hold, if you have a legal right to do so. Your right to see your information is outlined in the Data Protection Act (2018). We do not charge you for access to your records.
In general, you will find the health information about blood relatives, back two to three generations, from both your mother's and father's families to be helpful to you.
Yes. You have a legal right to see your own records. You do not have to explain why you want to see them.
Include your grandparents, parents, uncles, aunts, siblings, cousins, children, nieces, nephews and grandchildren. For any disease or condition that is present, ask the person's age at diagnosis and the specific diagnosis. Remember, your tree is fed by roots from both your mother's and your father's families.