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Committee slams gene patents

Peter Ollier, Hong Kong


An Australian Senate Committee has published a report that criticises gene patents but stops short of recommending an outright ban

On November 26 the Senate Community Affairs References Committee produced a long-awaited report into gene patents.

The report states that the Committee "strongly rejects" the approach of IP Australia that genetic information that is isolated from its naturally occurring state...


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