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ARTHIQS   ̶ Assisted Reproductive Technologies and Haematopoietic stem cells Improvements for Quality and Safety throughout Europe   ̶ is a 3 year European Joint Action funded by the European Commission under the 2008-13 Health Programme, dealing with Assisted Reproductive Technologies and Haematopoietic Stem cells for transplantations. ARTHIQS consortium is gathering 16 partners and 9 collaborators from 18 different Member States.

Map of participating countries.

Map of participating countries.

Assisted Reproductive Technologies and Haematopoietic Stem Cells for Transplantation, both involving living cell donors and recipients, fall under the 2004/23 EUTCD (European Union Tissues and Cells Directive) regulation which requires to ensure their protection, although both fields are deeply different in practices and needs.

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ARTHIQS (Grant agreement n. 20132101557886) has received funding from the European Commission in the framework of the Health Programme. The sole responsibility lies with the author and the Consumers, Health and Food Executive Agency is not responsible of any use that may be made of the information contained here.