Recently, the CMO-light decided to allow invasive procedures for biobanking under strict conditions.When establishing a biobank there is initially no concrete research proposal. Until recently the METC (CMO-light) did not allow invasive procedures subject to the Medical Research Involving Humans Act for biobanking unless there was a specific research question. Recently, the CMO-light decided to allow invasive procedures for biobanking under strict conditions. Procedures must be relevant and carry minimal burden and risk for the participants.
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