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North Dakota 2015 State Bills:
opens new window North Dakota 2015 SB 2334
This bill amends provisions in the state newborn screening law pertaining to the use of residual dried blood spots for research. The bill states that a person conducting research on blood spots, other specimens, or registry data that is maintained by the health department must follow IRB processes for human research, which must include obtaining parent or guardian authorization. 4/16/2015 Signed by the Governor.

Last Reviewed: May 25, 2018