Published in Medical Patent Law Weekly, April 14th, 2010
The outcome of this case is likely to have far-reaching positive implications for physicians, researchers and patients.
"The invalidation of gene patents will allow patients to get second opinions on test results, encourage quality improvement of current testing, allow researchers to develop new and better methods of testing and decrease costs of laboratory testing. This is a huge, huge victory for better patient care," said Michael S. Watson,...
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