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What is the problem that Biomedical Tissue transplant lawyers may help you pursue?

Improperly screened donors, infectious diseases, communicable diseases, HIV
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Who should your tissue transplant lawyer hold responsible?

Biomedical Tissue Services and other tissue banks

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What can you expect your tissue transplant lawyer to do?

File a tissue transplant lawsuit. Retain the experts at Monheit Law. Biomedical Tissue Services lawsuit filed on contingency basis.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Donor Screening for Biomedical Tissue


  What is a tissue bank?
  Is there any donor screening process for tissue transplants?

  Why are tissue banks so unregulated?
  Was Biomedical Tissue Services registered with the FDA?
  The demand for organ and tissue transplants are great. What should happen to legitimately improve the supply?
  Should I contact the hospital or Biomedical Tissue Service about my transplant tissue side effects or infection from bone implant?
  I cannot afford to hire a tissue transplant lawyer. How much does a tissue transport lawsuit cost?
 



What is a tissue bank?
A tissue bank is an organization that provides donor screening, recovery, processing, storage, and/or distribution of allograft tissue. (Allograft is tissue or organ transplanted from one person to another.) Transplantation specialists recover and process donated tissues. These specialists are well trained and most have passed a rigorous examination certifying them for their knowledge tissue banking including decontamination techniques, quality assurance, quality control, product testing, labeling, and record keeping. However, not all tissue banks follow the same high standards. The industry is not closely regulated.

Is there any donor screening process for tissue transplants?
In the best of circumstances, yes; donor eligibility is determined through donor screening and donor testing. Donor screening involves reviewing all relevant medical records, physically assessing the donor and questioning the donor's next-of-kin to determine risk factors or clinical evidence of infectious or communicable diseases. Donor testing involves testing samples of the donor's blood taken pre- or post-mortem. Relevant communicable diseases for which the donor is tested are HIV-1 and 2, hepatitis B virus, hepatitis C virus and syphilis. A donor is determined eligible to donate tissues only if the results of donor screening and donor testing indicate freedom from communicable diseases or communicable disease risks.

Why are tissue banks so unregulated? Unlike the tightly monitored organ donation network, tissue banks are less rigorously regulated. This is in part because, unlike organs that must be transplanted within hours of the donor's death, tissue can be removed over a longer period, stored, and then in many cases processed. Human tissue is a $900 million to $1 billion industry involving both mom-and-pop and large companies. While most of the companies are non-profits about 20 percent are for profit including LifeCell Corp. of Branchburg, New Jersey, one of the current five tissue banks that the FDA pinpointed as having received questionable tissue from Biomedical Tissue Services.

Was Biomedical Tissue Services registered with the FDA? Since 1993 the FDA has required tissue banks to be registered. The FDA conducts periodic inspections not based on a time schedule but as needed according to the risks posed by their operations. Biomedical Tissue Services was registered with the FDA but they have not revealed when or if they inspected it.

The demand for organ and tissue transplants are great. What should happen to legitimately improve the supply? Decide to be a donor: Transplants provide hope for thousands of people with organ failure plus hundreds of thousands more can be helped with tissue transplants. Tell your family today; put it in your will and power of attorney. Having a signed donor card is not enough. Your family will be consulted before the donation can take place.

Should I contact the hospital or Biomedical Tissue Service about my transplant tissue side effects or infection from bone implant?
No. You should contact your doctor and have your doctor file an adverse reaction report with the FDA. You should also consider contacting an expert tissue transplant lawyer to discuss your legal rights like Monheit Law. Also call the FDA MedWatch at 1-800-FDA-1088.

I cannot afford to hire a tissue transport lawyer. How much does a tissue transport lawsuit cost?
It costs you nothing. If we agree to be retained, Monheit Law takes the case on a percentage contingency basis. If you don't win your tissue transplant lawsuit, we don't get paid.
 


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