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If a Case Was Baseless, It Would Have Ended Sooner

Written by: Matthew Pham & Daniel P. Hughes OneSubsea IP UK Limited v. FMC Technologies, Inc. Before Clevenger, Moore, and Dyk.  Appeal from the United States District...

Low-Bar for Corroboration

Written by: Matthew Friedrichs & Daniel P. Hughes MEDTRONIC, INC. v. TELEFLEX INNOVATIONS S.A.R.L. Before Moore, Lourie, and Dyk. Appeal from the Patent Trial and Appeal...

Trademark Monitoring and Enforcement in the Digital Era: Tools and Techniques

In today's digital landscape, protecting your trademarks has become more challenging than ever before. With the rise of e-commerce platforms, social media, and online marketplaces, ...

Exploring the Use of Machine Learning in Prior Art Search: Advancing Patent Examination Efficiency

In the realm of patent examination, the search for prior art plays a critical role in determining the novelty and inventiveness of an invention. Traditionally, patent examiners...

Recessions and Patent Applications: Navigating the Ups and Downs of the Innovation Economy

Written by: Sophia Petrichenko & Jason J. Jardine As predictions of an economic recession in the United States loom, 2023 has started with extensive layoffs throughout the...

Feed tagged as "melanoma":
Stage III and IV melanoma patients are routinely tested for the BRAF gene mutation, a known oncogene for melanoma. Recently, Vemurafenib, a new FDA-approved drug, was ... Read More »
Resistant malaria spreads as research funding challenges continue Resistant malaria strains have recently been reported in Cambodia, Thailand and parts of... Read More »
Next time you decide to head to the tanning salon to get that bronzed glow for beach season, think again. A recent study by the Mayo Clinic reported a... Read More »
Scientists at the University of California, Los Angeles have discovered that a second mutation found in the tumors of patients with BRAF-mutated metastatic melanoma... Read More »
A team of researchers from Yale and Johns Hopkins have discovered the molecular pathway by which the body’s own immune response may allow for the growth of... Read More »
Personalized medicine is medical care customized to a patient’s specific genetic and demographic profile. It is an odd idea to think that traditional medicine... Read More »
Mayo Clinic researchers have trained mouse immune systems to eradicate skin cancer from within, using a genetic combination of human DNA from melanoma cells and a... Read More »
A rarely seen phenomenon in cancer patients -- in which focused radiation at the site of one tumor is associated with the disappearance of metastatic tumors all over... Read More »
UCLA researchers have uncovered how an advanced form of melanoma gets around an inhibitor, Zelboraf, which targets the BRAF gene, a gene that is mutated in some... Read More »
Here's the weekly roundup of medical innovation trends and developments that are making headlines! Women have increased risk of in-hospital death following a... Read More »
Investigators from Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center (VICC) and 12 other centers in the United States and Australia have found that a new drug for patients with... Read More »
A prescription cream containing the compound imiquimod has been shown to effectively treat melanoma in mice. Imiquimod has several tumor fighting elements, but one of ... Read More »
“Well, at least they caught it early.” That’s what optimistic people will say about a newly diagnosed cancer patient. The government supports... Read More »
One would hope that, when it comes to developing cancer, lightning doesn’t strike in the same place twice. Yet, unfair as it may seem, scientists have long... Read More »
(Reuters) - A genetically engineered smallpox vaccine reduced the risk of death for patients with advanced liver cancer by nearly 60 percent in a mid-stage study... Read More »