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Human Tissue Banks: FDA Taking Steps to Improve Safety, but Some Concerns Remain
Human Tissue Banks: FDA Taking Steps to Improve Safety, but Some Concerns Remain
 
Our Price: $20.00
Year: 1997
Pages: 48
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 0788180398

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Marcia Crosse (ed). Despite the benefits of human tissue transplants, some are concerned about the potential transmission of infectious diseases from donor to recipient & about certain techniques that may affect the usefulness of tissues or leave them with harmful residues. This report evaluates the FDAs oversight of transplanted human tissue & evaluates potential safety problems. It identifies gaps in the current regulation, determining whether & how FDA plans to address them in. It provides findings & recommendations for musculoskeletal tissue, skin, corneas, reproductive tissue, & peripheral & umbilical cord blood stem cells.

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