If the Human Tissue Authority1 is satisfied:
(1) that: (a) relevant material2 has come from the body of a living person3; (b) it is not reasonably possible to trace the person from whose body the material has come ('the donor')4; (c) it is desirable in the interests of another person (including a future person) that the material be used for the purpose of obtaining scientific or medical information about the donor5; and (d) there is no reason to believe that the donor has died, that a decision of the donor to refuse to consent to the use of the
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