Mikhail Zurabov promises to solve the problem with the export of biomaterials in the near future.On Tuesday evening, the head of the Health Ministry said that his department and the Federal Customs Service prepared a joint order, which will restore the normal order of the international exchange of such materials.
According to Gazeta.ru, on Wednesday held a press conference with the participation of doctors, representatives of the State Duma and civil society organizations, sounded information that the new rules for the export of biomaterials will be approved today.
According to the participants of the press conference, the number of Russian patients directly affected by the ban imposed by the FCS nine days ago, has reached 100 thousand people.These people can not get medical care because it depends on the results of tests that had to be held in foreign laboratories.A considerable number of biomaterials gathered before the ban, has fallen into disrepair.
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At the press conference also revealed that Russia is not regulated, not only export but also import samples of blood and bone marrow.Doctors expressed their hope that this issue will be resolved simultaneously with the problem of the ban on the export of biomaterials.
Earlier in the press called a variety of data about the number of victims of the Federal Customs Service patients.In the preview days after the ban was called the numbers from 28 to 40 thousand people.According to the experts pharmaceutical companies surveyed "Kommersant" last year in the international clinical trials attended 49,241 Russians, and in the first quarter of this year, they have been involved for about 16 thousand people.As research continues on average every two years, the total number of actual trial participants may reach 80 thousand.It should be added to patients whose treatment requires diagnostic assays and abroad, the exact number of which is unknown.
While there is no accurate data and the number of people whose tests were not just sent abroad or were detained at the border.Representatives of the major medical centers say dozens of patients with life-threatening illnesses (breast cancer, multiple sclerosis and diabetes), which were excluded from the current test because of the situation at customs.