Does biobanking hold the key to achieving universal health?

Increasing the availability of high-quality biological samples through biobanks has the potential to advance global health research and speed up progress towards Sustainable Development Goals such as achieving universal health coverage, a UN science summit has heard.

Biobanking is the process by which samples of bodily fluid or tissue are collected, annotated, stored, and redistributed for research to improve understanding of health and diseases.

The COVID-19 pandemic underlined the value of this gathering and processing of samples and related data, as scientists scrambled to develop effective vaccines and treatments.

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