Risk and Regulation Magazine 32 (Winter 2018):20-23 (2018)

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Giovanni De Grandis
Norwegian University of Science and Technology
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The paper discusses some of the implications of regulatory innovation in the area of advanced biological therapies and personalised medicine. Benefits, risks and trade-offs are highlighted.
Keywords Pharmaceutical regulations  Bioethics  Personalised Medicine  ATMPs  Biotechnology
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