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Academy of Medical Sciences

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Human Tissue Act comes into effect from midnight
New organ donor laws come into effect

A new law requiring hospitals to seek consent before removing organs and tissue from their patients comes into force at midnight tonight. The Human Tissue Act 2004 was introduced following the revelation that hospitals across England were routinely taking organs from dead patients for research or education purposes without informing their relatives. Alder Hey children’s… Read more »

Brown: UK will be best for business

Gordon Brown today set the tone for Monday’s pre-Budget report by outlining a whole host of measures designed to “make globalisation work for Britain”. In a speech to the advancing enterprise conference in the London, the chancellor emphasised the importance of long-term economic stability but also providing the right regulatory framework and investment to make… Read more »