Lexis Nexis hosts article by our life sciences regulatory expert on UK blood, tissues and cells law


Legal guidance platform Lexis Nexis has published one of the short articles written by Hugo Kent-Egan, life sciences regulatory associate at Bristows.

Hugo looked at a recent paper by the UK Government’s Department for Health and Social Care, a policy that considers the impact of (and potential harmonisation with) the EU Regulation on standards of quality and safety for substances of human origin (SoHO) published last June.

Hugo summarised the content of the paper and highlighted the intention behind the document which, he says, “suggests that overarching harmonisation between the UK and EU life sciences regulatory frameworks is a theme that will continue”.

For more details, you can read Hugo’s full article on our Inquisitive Minds hub, here.

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