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Patent Reform Bill Would Allow Confirmatory Use Of Gene Tests Under Manager's Amendment

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More than 30 amendments have been proposed to the bill in the House, including those to strike the conversion to a "first-to-file" patent system and eliminate PTO's fee-setting authority.

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