The Foundation for the Accreditation of Cellular Therapies (FACT) is an internationally recognised accrediting body which outlines the audit procedure which hospitals and medical institutions must undergo before they are able to offer stem cell transplants on site.
FACT accreditation is an internationally recognised program. It involves quality management and an audit that monitors the process that medical facilities use to collect blood cells and stem cells. Further to this, the correct storage of the cells before administering or modifying them to create a novel cell product – such as CAR-T cells. The FACT program also audits all aspects of cellular therapy patient care from diagnosis through to long-term survivorship.