New law for Danes wishing to keep preserve tissues:
This article was originally published in Clinica
The Danish government has taken steps to set up a human tissue register for patients who wish to reserve their biological material for their own treatment, by drafting a new act. The Danish medical devices industry association, Medicoindustrien, says that it has received a copy of the draft which aims to "create a reasonable balance between consideration for the individual patient and the research interests of society at large".
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