Problems of Biotechnology Legal Regulation in the Field of Healthcare

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https://doi.org/10.15407/scine20.02.091

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biotechnology, technology transfer, personalized medicine, regulation in the field of biotechnology, biotechnology in the field of health care, innovation, post-war recovery

Abstract

Introduction. The process of overcoming the pandemic and the intensifi cation of hostilities have exacerbated the
necessity of developing a legal mechanism for the control and use of biotechnology in various fi elds. The rapid entry
of innovation technologies into the medical industry is prompting changes in the entire healthcare sector, from the
formation of public policy to the mechanisms for transferring the advanced biotechnologies to medical practice.
Problem Statement. The vector of the research is to identify and fi nd ways to address urgent legal gaps in the
implementation and transfer of biotechnology in the healthcare sector, as well as to assess the prospects of medical biotechnology as one of key investment areas.
Purpose. Legal analysis of the problematic aspects of the development, implementation, and transfer of biotechnology in the fi eld of healthcare for the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of the most common diseases,
study of their impact on the development of personalized medicine, as well as importance for the post-war recovery
strategy of Ukraine.
Material and Methods. The basis of the research methodology is its anthropological orientation. Methods of
synthesis and analysis, empirical, historical, and system-structural methods, as well as forecast and economic and
legal analysis methods have been employed.
Results. A comprehensive study of the legal regulation of the interdisciplinary area of biotechnology in the medical fi eld to improve the social welfare of the population through the introduction of innovative technologies has been launched. Attention has been focused on the potential and prospects of medical biotechnology in terms of its attractiveness for the investment policy of post-war reconstruction of Ukraine.
Conclusions. The research and theoretical framework of medical biotechnology has been developing much faster than the legal mechanism of their introduction into medical practice, which may limit the personal nonproperty rights of natural persons, which ensure their natural environment. This area is also an eff ective component of economic and legal development that is a driver of economic opportunities and innovations.

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2024-04-05

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USTYMENKO, V., & ROSSYLNA, O. (2024). Problems of Biotechnology Legal Regulation in the Field of Healthcare . Science and Innovation, 20(2), 91–100. https://doi.org/10.15407/scine20.02.091

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