Essay heading: "The emphasis on consent in the Human Tissue Bill 2004 is to be welcomed by all. It represents the most appropriate way of regulating the use of human tissue. However, the bill fails to address the shortfall in the supply of organs. Alternative me...
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November 5, 2006
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Any person or organisation involved in removing, storing or using tissue from a dead person, or in storing human tissue from a living person will now require a licence from the Authority.
However the Bill has been described as complicated and unclear. The same ambiguities as in existing legislation remain ? the scope and detail of what constitutes "appropriate consent" is left undefined...
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The same ambiguities as in existing legislation remain ? the scope and detail of what constitutes "appropriate consent" is left undefined. This will be left up to the Authority to define which will have huge implications on how medical research and organ donations can proceed. The Bill has admirable aims and provides a much stricter approach to consent putting in place such safeguards as to prevent any misuse of any form of human tissue...
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