Biobank is Euro pacesetter with genomic data/health record link

Brosky, John
April 2007
Diagnostics & Imaging Week;4/19/2007, Vol. 10 Issue 16, p1
The article offers information Biobank, a project developed by the National Health Service to search for middle-aged volunteers to donate blood and urine samples to be included in the genomic data and medical records database in Great Britain. Under the project, British citizens will be invited to join and contribute biomaterials. Biobank is governed by the British Data Protection Act and the Office of the Information Commissioner.


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