Report issued on how EU member states regulates human tissues/cells handling
This article was originally published in Clinica
The European Commission has published a 13-page report summarising how the various member states of the EU have applied Directive 2004/23/EC, which regulates the handling of human tissues and calls over the first five years of its implementation.
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