Biobanks for research. Ethical and regulatory aspects in human biological samples collections in France. Christine NOIVILLE CNRS / Paris 1 University. Introduction. Biobanking: its significance in modern medical research
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Biobanks for research. Ethical and regulatory aspects in human biological samples collections in France
CNRS / Paris 1 University
Collections of human biological samples (tissues, body fluids, DNA…) and related data (clinical, biological, genealogical…)
Pathology oriented biobanks / populational biobanks
biobanks abound : profusion of samples collections ; networks (Cancer National Institute, Eurobiobank…)
special rules for control (declaration/authorization ; ethical review Board)
bioethics principles (29 july 1994 law amended 6 august 2004: consent, gratuity, « non-patrimoniality »)
CCNE / National Ethics Committee, advice n° 77(20th March 2003)
Protecting donors (I)
Sharing the content and benefits of biobanks (II)
Access to biological samples
Sharing benefits with donors ?
Biobanking activities may proceed only if :