Conditional Approvals for Autologous Stem Cell–Based Interventions: Conflicting norms and institutional legitimacy


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Regulators around the world are coming under pressure from patients, clinicians, and industry groups to streamline the market approval process for highly novel biomedical technologies, including stem cells and regenerative medicine products. The rationale for streamlining this process centers on the perceived failures of regulatory systems to encourage biomedical innovation and provide patients with timely access to potentially beneficial yet experimental therapies. Critics claim that the process of generating scientific evidence in phased clinical trials is too costly, time-consuming, and poorly suited for stem cell–based products that, unlike bio-pharmaceuticals, are intended to engraft into the body for long...
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