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PTO Creates Task Force To Respond To Upcoming Bilski Decision

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PTO wants government to back Myriad in its appeal of gene patent ruling, agency's Arti Rai says at BIO IP conference. PTO seeks to reduce patent pendency through patent reform and a fast-track review option.

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