[Collections of human biological resources for research purposes: from regulations to the need of a guide of good collection practices].

@article{Roux2003CollectionsOH,
  title={[Collections of human biological resources for research purposes: from regulations to the need of a guide of good collection practices].},
  author={N Le Roux and Sandrine de Montgolfier and J-H di Donato and Lilianne Boccon-Gibod and Pierre Teillac and Christian Herv{\'e} and P. Berthon},
  journal={La Revue de medecine interne},
  year={2003},
  volume={24 12},
  pages={803-14}
}
PURPOSE In France, collections of human biological resources are regulated by the "Bioethics Law", currently in revision. Hence, we analyse the regulatory and ethical issues of these practices in the context of scientific research. The ultimate aim of such collections is to improve biological and medical knowledge. CURRENT KNOWLEDGE AND KEY POINTS We think that the French regulatory system is quite complicated and non-explicit for "collection holders". The multiplicity of legal texts… CONTINUE READING

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