Rethinking on ethics and regulations in cell therapy as part of neurorestoratology

Dove Medical Press, 11 January 2016
Authors: Alok Sharma and Ziad M Al Zoubi
“Ethics, regulations, and evidence-based practices form the foundation of modern medicine. However, in recent years, and particularly in reference to cellular therapy, they have become obstacles to the growth and development of this new form of treatment. Based on four important documents, it is proposed that regulatory bodies and medical associations recommend an alternate way of looking at regulations for cell therapy, so as to ensure that only safe and effective treatments are offered to patients, and that greater availability of these new treatment options is also encouraged.”
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