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Gene patents ban rejected in Australia

Peter Ollier, Hong Kong


An Australian Senate Committee had just one recommendation at the end of an exhaustive report into a Bill to ban gene patents: do not pass this Bill

On September 21 the Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee produced its report into the Patent Amendment (Human Genes and Biological Materials) Bill 2010.

"It's a very good response – very clear and logically presented," said Tania Obranovich, a partner...


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