An innovative therapy is a newly introduced or modified therapy with unproven effects. Unlike research, which follows a predetermined course of action set out in a protocol, innovative therapies involve a more speculative approach to patient care and may be adapted to the individual’s response.
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- Animals and research
- Artificial wombs (Ectogenesis)
- Biotechnology and globalisation
- Building genomes from scratch
- Citizen science
- In-vitro derived gametes and embryos
- Nagoya protocol
- Predicting phenotype from genotype
- Social egg freezing
- Sports science
- Suppressing the extra chromosome in Down’s syndrome
- The human/technology frontier in health and social care
- The human/technology frontier in the wider context
- Whole genome sequencing of newborns