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The United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS) and the Human Tissue Authority (HTA) have signed a joint working agreement, which aims to ensure better regulation by further improving efficiencies and reducing burden.
The HTA and MHRA have agreed to extend their existing policy relating to dendritic cells. This extended policy will allow collection of blood as a starting material for an ATMP to be performed under either a Tissues and Cells or Blood Establishment Licence.
The HTA is updating its Codes of Practice and Standards. Click here to see news and sign up for webinars to learn more.
In 2010, the HTA developed a new licence fee structure which has been in operation since 1 April 2011. The new fee structure followed consultation with stakeholders and is based on the activities of licensing each sector. The fee structure is reviewed each year and fees for the following year...
HTA welcomed the ‘sensitive and realistic accounts’ of body donation shown in the Channel 5 series ‘Body Donors’, broadcast at 9pm on the 29 Sep and 6 October 2015.
Today the Human Tissue Authority (HTA) announced that there will be no increase in the 2016/17 annual licence fee for organisations in the post mortem, research, public display, organ donation and transplantation and anatomy sectors.