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Drug Calibration Patents Under Scrutiny As Supreme Court Weighs How To Build On Law Of Nature

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During oral arguments in Mayo v. Prometheus, justices question what standard to apply in assessing whether the correlation of a drug’s metabolites to proper dosage is patentable; ACLU petitions court to review Myriad gene patent case.

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