A Dash of International Flavor | GenomeWeb

Adding an international twist to the year's biggest patent story, Myriad has surrendered its BRCA patents in Australia, reports Genomics Law Report's Dan Vorhaus and John Conley. Several months ago, a group of plaintiffs in Australia filed a lawsuit against Myriad similar to the one filed in the US, arguing that the patents are invalid because genes can't be patented.

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