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"Project Recovery" verarbeitet ungenutzte Blutprodukte aus kanadischen Blutspenden zu Hämophiliemedikamenten für Entwicklungsländer
Date:9/27/2013

ender der Canadian Hemophilia Society. "Wir freuen uns sehr, dass die Partner in der Lage waren, die vielen rechtlichen, technischen, wirtschaftlichen und behördlichen Barrieren erfolgreich zu überwinden und hoffen, dass weitere Länder dem Beispiel Kanadas folgen werden."

Faktor VIII ist ein essenzielles Protein für die Blutgerinnung, das in Kryopräzipitat enthalten ist, einem Bestandteil des Plasmas. Nicht das gesamte Kryopräzipitat aus dem Plasma von Spendern des Canadian Blood Services wird für die Herstellung von Faktor VIII für kanadische Patienten benötigt und bisher wurde der Überschuss entsorgt. Im Rahmen von Project Recovery wird das Kryopräzipitat von GRIFOLS in seinem Labor in den USA gewonnen und von BIOTEST zur Produktion nach Deutschland transportiert. Das pharmazeutische Endprodukt wird unter der Lizenz von BIOTEST hergestellt und freigegeben und den Markennamen Haemoctin tragen - ein hochreines, doppelt virusinaktiviertes Faktor-VIII-Produkt zur Behandlung von Hämophilie A. Ein Teil wird von BIOTEST vermarktet, der Rest wird CBS zur Spende an die WFH zur Verfügung gestellt. BIOTEST wird die WFH zudem bei der Verteilung des gespendeten Haemoctins in den Empfängerländern unterstützen. Die Partnerschaft ist für alle Parteien kostenneutral.

"Wir sind stolz, an Project Recovery teilnehmen zu können," so Ian Mumford, COO von Canadian Blood Services. "Damit sind wir nicht nur in der Lage, das großzügige Geschenk unserer Spender bestmöglich zu nutzen, sondern können dank der Ausdauer und guten Beziehungen zwischen allen Beteiligten Tausenden von Patienten helfen."

Die Haemoctin-Spende wird für die WFH ein Meilenstein. Die Organisation ist damit in der Lage, ihr humanitäres Hi
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