With long-lasting human biological materials, such as stem cells, initial donor #consent is necessary but not sufficient, write Boers & Bredenoord in Nature Cell Biology. https://www.nature.com/articles/s41556-018-0112-5
The authors underline that donors need to be informed about the future governance of the biomedical projects to which they contribute. This in line with the initiative to create a code of #conduct for health research in the wake of EU's General Data Protection Regulation (#GDPR). http://code-of-conduct-for-health-research.eu/
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