Regenerative and stem cell therapy practices part 5

Stem cell 2


Informed Consent:

Evidence documenting  appropriate patient informed consent typically includes the following elements:

  • Identification of the patient, the physician, and the physician’s credentials
  • Types of transmissions permitted using regenerative and stem cell therapies (eg.prescription refills, appointment scheduling, patient education, etc)
  • Agreement from the patient with the physician’s determination about whether or not the condition being diagnosed and/or treated is appropriate for regenerative and stem  cell therapy
  • Express patient consent to forward patient-identifiable information to a third party
  • An accurate description of the benefits and risks of treatment or intervention, based on scientific evidence, as well as an explanation of alternatives to treatment or an intervention, and the right to withdraw from treatment or an intervention without denial of standard of care to patients

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1 Response to Regenerative and stem cell therapy practices part 5

  1. finolamoss says:

    No consent from the aborted, nor MCA incapable nor MHA sectioned, and many dying in state institutions, so lots of profit


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