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Safeguards needed for tissue donors
Date:1/28/2013

ou can tell them is the range of uses to which it might be put."

Tomlinson offers specific steps biobanks should take to protect donors' rights. Among them:

  • Donors should get ongoing summaries of research projects, written in plain language.

  • Biobanks should inform donors when their tissue might be used in potentially controversial research.

  • Data-management systems should be in place to let donors withdraw their samples at any time if they take issue with the kinds of research the biobank supports.


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Contact: Andy McGlashen
andy.mcglashen@cabs.msu.edu
517-355-5158
Michigan State University
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