Council of Europe: The Recommendation on Research on Biological Materials of Human Origin: Another Brick in the Wall

Council of Europe: The Recommendation on Research on Biological Materials of Human Origin:... European Journal of Health Law 13: 293-310, 2006. 293 © 2006 Koninklijke Brill N.V. Printed in the Netherlands COUNCIL OF EUROPE The Recommendation on Research on Biological Materials of Human Origin: Another Brick in the Wall Introduction Given the goals, direction and growing capabilities of modern biomedical research, human biological material, in addition to being of great value, 1 is of great signi- ficance to improving human health and healthcare. It is also a potential site for violations of our human rights. Recognising this early on, the Council of Europe adopted the Biomedicine Convention (1997), 2 which was one of the first inter- national instruments to recognise the scientific, therapeutic and commercial value of human tissue, and link research utilising it to human rights. 3 It then adopted the Additional Protocol (2005), 4 which addressed human subject research more specifically. On 15 March 2006, it took further action at the human tissue/human rights nexus by adopting a draft Recommendation on Research on Biological Materials of Human Origin, 5 an instrument concerned not with traditional human subject research, but with the procurement, storage and utilisation of excised human tissue for research. The Committee of Ministers of the Council of http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png European Journal of Health Law Brill

Council of Europe: The Recommendation on Research on Biological Materials of Human Origin: Another Brick in the Wall

European Journal of Health Law, Volume 13 (3): 293 – Jan 1, 2006

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© 2006 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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10.1163/157180906778852420
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European Journal of Health Law 13: 293-310, 2006. 293 © 2006 Koninklijke Brill N.V. Printed in the Netherlands COUNCIL OF EUROPE The Recommendation on Research on Biological Materials of Human Origin: Another Brick in the Wall Introduction Given the goals, direction and growing capabilities of modern biomedical research, human biological material, in addition to being of great value, 1 is of great signi- ficance to improving human health and healthcare. It is also a potential site for violations of our human rights. Recognising this early on, the Council of Europe adopted the Biomedicine Convention (1997), 2 which was one of the first inter- national instruments to recognise the scientific, therapeutic and commercial value of human tissue, and link research utilising it to human rights. 3 It then adopted the Additional Protocol (2005), 4 which addressed human subject research more specifically. On 15 March 2006, it took further action at the human tissue/human rights nexus by adopting a draft Recommendation on Research on Biological Materials of Human Origin, 5 an instrument concerned not with traditional human subject research, but with the procurement, storage and utilisation of excised human tissue for research. The Committee of Ministers of the Council of

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