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Wisconsin and Geron resolved a dispute over stem cells (New York Times)

 
  January, 10 2002 21:28
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The Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation and the Geron Corporation announced today that they had reached a patent licensing agreement that is expected to make it easier for other companies and academic scientists to develop medical treatments using human embryonic stem cells. The agreement settles a lawsuit between them and narrows the exclusive commercial rights that Geron has to embryonic stem cells.

Full story published in the New York Times, Jan 10, 2002.


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