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to reassure the public. The general public may still be reassured that organs and tissues are obtained and distributed fairly and efficiently. Organ donation is a gift; a gift without price, since it gives life! • How to choose the best recipient? This point is always explained in detail to the

In: Organ and Tissue Transplantation in the European Union

disabilities and their families. The responsible application of knowledge about the human genome and accordingly - the inherited DNA formulas - could contribute a great deal and enhance the lives of people with genetic disorders.3 Certain assumptions about what is motivating the quest for genetic knowledge and

In: Populations and Genetics
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AS A HUMAN RIGHT IN EUROPE· 33 1.2 Resources No desired activity is possible without adequate care measures. The single most im- portant resource of health care is staff who are well-educated, motivated, competent, and who exist in sufficient numbers. Different countries have similar curricula, de

In: Nordic Health Law in a European Context
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BY A LIVING DONOR Pursuant to the Anatomical Gift Act, upon my death, I hereby give {check boxes applicable): 1. ( ) Any needed organs, tissues, or parts; 2. ( ) The following organs, tissues, or parts only; 3. ( ) For the following purposes only. (transplant-therapy-research-education) Date

In: Legislative Responses to Organ Transplantation
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living persons who have reached the age of majority and are in full possession of their mental faculties, and who have freely and expressly given their consent. Where the prospective donor is a minor, an organ may be removed only if the person in question is the brother or the sister of the recipient

In: Legislative Responses to Organ Transplantation

with PXE and their families. 1·4 The story of PXE International is a story of two determined parents with no scientific background who want to give their children the best poss ible life . Their commitment, strategic planning abil ities, organisational skills, and ability to understand the ambient

In: Populations and Genetics
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defined as the risks of daily life, such as those involved in a medical or psychological examination,12(s.102(i» and are to be measured not by the risks faced by healthy individuals, but by potential subjects of the research." This definition may be criticized because it would permit higher risk research

In: Populations and Genetics

right to the return (or destruction) of tissue and information upon request. On the other hand, a similar law in Oregon motivated an anxious biotechnology industry to lobby heavily for repeal. In 2001, the property language was deleted. The bill that accomplished this change also called for the state

In: Populations and Genetics

An Empirical Survey on Biobanking of Human Genetic Material and Data in Six EU Countries A. Cambon-Thomsen', I. Hirtzlin ", N. Preaubert'", C. Dubreuil' , J. Duchier', B. Jansen", J. Simon" , P. Lobato de Faria", A. Perez- Lezaun" , B. Visser'", G. Williams'?", lC. Gallouxix and on behalf of the

In: Populations and Genetics

of the employer's business but rather the economic status of the worker. Ifhe was a 'skilled artisan earning his living by working for more than one employer as an employee', he would be a servant. If he was 'a small businessman venturing into business on his own account as an independent contractor

In: The Legal Liability of Hospitals