Ethical issues in the collection, storage, and research use of human biological materials.

@article{Meslin2004EthicalII,
  title={Ethical issues in the collection, storage, and research use of human biological materials.},
  author={Eric M. Meslin and Kimberly A. Quaid},
  journal={The Journal of laboratory and clinical medicine},
  year={2004},
  volume={144 5},
  pages={
          229-34; discussion 226
        }
}
Human biological materials (HBMs) are samples of blood, DNA, organs and tissues commonly obtained during routine surgical procedures or through direct donation by an individual. This article reviews four of the most pressing issues arising from the collection, storage, and use of HBMs in research: current regulations governing research with human subjects, misuse of genetic information, economic factors, and public knowledge. 

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