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Title Stem Cell Research and the Collaborative Regulation of Innovation.
Imprint Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2013.


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Description 1 online resource (227 pages)
Series Biomedical Law and Ethics Library
Biomedical law and ethics library.
Note Available only to authorized UTEP users.
Print version record.
Subject Stem cells -- Research -- Law and legislation -- Great Britain.
Great Britain.
Contents Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; Acknowledgements; List of Abbreviations; Introduction; 1. Stem Cell Research and the Regulation of a Moving Target; Part I Collaboration in the Regulation Endeavour; 2. Regulate to Innovate: Principles-Based Regulation of Stem Cell Research; 3. Enhancing Regulatory Legitimacy through Reflexive Collaboration; Part II Regulating Tissue Provider Collaboration; 4. Property in Tissues Provided for Stem Cell Research; 5. Embryos and their Providers to Stem Cell Research.
6. Ova Provision for Stem Cell Research: The Perils of Ineffective RegulationConclusion; Bibliography; Index.
Summary Hopes are high that stem cell (SC) research will lead to treatments and cures for some of the most serious diseases affecting humankind today. SC science has been used in a treatment setting in the replacement of patients' windpipes and in restoring sight to patients who were blind in one eye and in future it is hoped that when the body is injured it will be able to be stimulated to produce those types of SCs necessary to repair the particular damage caused. In the meantime, research into specific treatments for a wide range of serious conditions is being undertaken including Alzheimer's di.
Other Title Print version: Devaney, Sarah. Stem Cell Research and the Collaborative Regulation of Innovation. Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, ©2013 9780415521307