The Krio Institute did not violate nor deliberately violate domestic laws - the organization responded to the announcement of the State Naples Health and Medical Service (BNTSZ).
Genetically defective sperm were shipped to Hungary
The medical officer told MTI that in March the BNTSZ had been notified through the European Alert System that genetically defective sperm had been shipped to Hungary. It has come to light that Krio Institute Cellular Bank Ltd. has since 2013 been importing hormone cells from a Danish cell bank.
The BNTSZ has initiated proceedings and prohibited illegal practices. According to the criminal record, anyone who obtains, markets, or trades a human gametes cell commits an offense. According to reports, human tissues, cells have a unique guideline for donating, collecting, testing, processing, distributing. However, Member States may, in accordance with this, establish stricter specific rules.
The current Hungarian legal regulations do not allow the introduction of foreign cells into the country. Further, according to Hungarian regulations, a gamete donor may be descended from no more than six, but according to the Danish regulation, twelve - emphasized by the BNTSZ.
However, according to Krio, samples from Denmark were tested and handled according to stricter standards in their home country. "The bug that was found in the sample that started it is a bug that doesn't have to be filtered in Hungary, so we wouldn't even have known about this change if these samples were published in Hungary and not in Denmark." system has proven safe operation - added to it. It has also been reported that sperm samples from Denmark are more susceptible to more genetic alterations than those available to domestic mothers, so they may be more likely to be born than others.
Domestic claims are not covered by the samples collected from Hungary - values. Based on its own legal interpretation, the Krio Institute has traditionally handled the import of semen samples taking into account the European Union language, which states that the distribution and distribution of samples within the European Union should be abolished.
In addition, samples have been imported from a unique member state where regulation is stricter than domestic requirements and activities have been conducted since 2013 by the BNTSZ.
"So far, the Internet has not raised any objection to this, and we strongly reject the decision to force our institution," he emphasized.