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C. S. Le and . Du, HCB est un comité pluridisciplinaire composé de personnalités scientifiques nommées par décret au titre de leur spécialité en relation avec les missions du HCB

C. Bagnis, A. Bar-hen, M. Barny, F. Bellivier, P. Berny et al.,

, Le dossier a été examiné par neuf experts rapporteurs sélectionnés pour leurs compétences dans les disciplines requises pour l'analyse du dossier : huit membres du CS du HCB et un expert externe, Denis Bourguet

, Ils sont également interrogés sur l'existence d'éventuels conflits d'intérêts avant l'examen de chaque dossier, Les membres du CS du HCB remplissent annuellement une déclaration publique d'intérêts

, L'expert externe a rempli une déclaration publique d'intérêts et a certifié n'avoir aucun conflit d'intérêts avec le dossier concerné. Il a fourni une analyse du dossier dans son domaine d'expertise. Il n'a toutefois pas contribué directement à la rédaction de cet avis

, Membres du CS présents et représentés lors de la discussion du projet d'avis en séance du 24 septembre 2015 : Claude Bagnis, Avner Bar-Hen