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Xtandi demonstrates how Bayh-Dole is a do WTF you want law, 3

The first part of this article is here. The exclusive license that UCLA granted to Medivation meets the requirements for an assignment of the subject invention. The license grants substantially all rights in the subject invention (to all compounds for … Continue reading

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Xtandi demonstrates how Bayh-Dole is a do WTF you want law, 2

The first part of this article is here. To explore these issues, let’s take a look at Xtandi, a prostate cancer drug that has received press recently in the debate over high drug prices. Xtandi sells in the U.S. for … Continue reading

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Xtandi demonstrates how Bayh-Dole is a do WTF you want law, 1

There is a big divide regarding what Bayh-Dole was supposed to accomplish with regard to the use of patents on publicly funded research. On one side is the view that publicly supported research should be freely or otherwise reasonably available … Continue reading

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