The F.D.A. & The Regulation of Human Organs
CitationPhillip Criswell, The F.D.A. & The Regulation of Human Organs (May 2010).
AbstractThis paper looks into the reasons why the Food and Drug Administration did not declare themselves as having regulatory power over human organs that would be used for medical purposes such as organ transplants and discusses why the FDA should take over this regulatory power and the various arguments that could be used towards taking over this power and the various possible benefits of having organs under the same regulatory control as all the other human material/parts being regulated for medical purposes.
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