UK adopts new tissue bank regulations:
This article was originally published in Clinica
A non-statutory regulatory system for human tissues intended for therapeutic use will be operational in the UK from April 2001. The system is likely to involve a voluntary code of practice designed to maintain and improve safe storage at tissue banks and regular inspections supervised by the Medicines Control Agency.
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