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Federal Circuit Tosses Diagnostic Patent, Spurring Biopharma Calls For Congressional Action

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A divided panel finds Athena Diagnostics' patent on method to diagnose myasthenia gravis is invalid; in dissent, Judge Newman cites industry concerns that the decision will deter development of new diagnostic methods.

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