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The Barcelona Principles: An Agreement on the use of human donated tissue for ocular transplantation, research, and future technologies.

Authored by Gloabal Alliance of Eye Bank Alliances
Posted on June 15, 2018
Topic: Guidelines
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http://www.gaeba.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/GAEBA-2018-The-Barcelona-Principles-FINAL.pdf

The Barcelona Principles were developed by the Global Alliance of Eye Bank Associations (Lead), in conjunction with the International Council of Ophthalmology, International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness, The Cornea Society, and in regions without eye bank representation, and in regions without an eye bank association, ophthalmology societies such as the Ophthalmology Society of the West Indies, and the Pacific Eye Care Society. They provide guidance to Custodians, and those requiring human tissue for ocular surgery, training and future technologies.

Access versions of The Barcelona Principles in Arabic, Chinese (simplified), French, Portuguese-Brazilian and Spanish (Latin).

The Global Alliance of Eye Bank Associations acknowledge the Centre for Eye Research Australia for overseeing the project, and for individual languages: Arabic: Haitham Al Mahrouqi, Chinese: Chia-Li Pang, French: Christine Milot and Patricia-Ann Laughrea, Portuguese-Brazilian: Ana Maria Guimarães Garcia, Luciene Barbosa de Sousa, and Bruno Lovaglio Cançado Trindade, and Spanish: Enrique O Graue-Hernández.

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