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Prosecution History May Support a Motivation to Combine

Written by: Rhett D. Ramsey & Jacob R. Rosenbaum Elekta Limited v. Zap Surgical Systems, Inc. Before: Reyna, Stoll, and Stark. Appeal from the Patent Trial and Appeal Board. ...

Landmark CAFC Cases in Patent Law: Shaping the Future of Innovation

In the ever-evolving landscape of patent law, the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC) has played a pivotal role in shaping the rules and precedents governing intellectual...

FDA Releases Draft Guidances on 510(k) Submissions

Written by: Paige L. Cappelli On September 6, 2023, the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) released three draft guidance documents to provide updated...

IPR Decision Based on a Barely Mentioned Typo Violated the APA Notice Requirement

Written by:Brianne M. Kingery & Daniel Kiang APPLE INC. v. COREPHOTONICS, LTD. Before Stoll, Linn, and Stark. Appeal from the Patent Trial and Appeal Board. Summary: An IPR...

Feed tagged as "stem cells":
Here’s the top medical news of this week! Promising new HIV treatments give hope for eventual cure   The Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)... Read More »
Here’s your weekly roundup of hot medical news! Mending a broken heart with stem cells and microRNAs   Just like a deep wound causes a scar to... Read More »
Just like a deep wound causes a scar to form on the skin’s surface, the damage sustained during a heart attack can lead to scarring of the heart’s tissue. ... Read More »
In 2009, Barack Obama issued Executive Order 13505, which allowed the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to develop guidelines for the funding and development... Read More »
Here's your weekly roundup of hot medical news... Kidney transplant breakthroughs   For the first time, a kidney that had been donated to... Read More »
Regenerative medicine describes a relatively new avenue of biomedical and clinical research, involving the discovery of novel techniques to restore lost tissue... Read More »
Sarfraz Ahmadfinding ways to reactivate stem cells and control their target destination might create unforeseen opportunities for curing degenerative diseases
Apr 25, 2012
Collaborative research utilizes 'social networking' science to identify IQ gene   Everyone has been talking about a new study that links... Read More »
Here are the top medical headlines of the week! Gene sequencing may not actually be useful in determining health risks Over the past several years the world... Read More »
Here's your weekly collection of medical stories making headlines this week! Somatic stem cells obtained from skin cells for first time Scientists have... Read More »
There has been an explosion of news suggesting a bioethical scandal in recent days. A quick Google search for “CellTex scandal” will produce over 7,000... Read More »
Rich VNatural Embryonic or adult stem cells are not a drug and cannot be patented, but once they are manipulated they can be patented and sold. Big bucks for the companies and more power to a very corrupt FDA.
There are people on their deathbed that would be willing to take a chance with embryonic cells but the government can’t let that happen because if it works those patented stem cells would be worth nothing. It’s all about the money, and that’s it.
I know of a patient that was killed the night before he was to be transferred to a university hospital back in 2005 to have the procedure done – Of course the report said natural circumstances.
It’s bad enough that the lawyers are crooks but now the FDA and some doctors have become murderers.
Aug 7, 2012
Here's your weekly summary of the top medical news of the week! CellTex scandal breakdown: Stem cells, Rick Perry and the FDA There has been an explosion... Read More »
Here are the top medical innovation stories making headlines this week! EU reports decline in cancer mortality rates Good news: cancer mortality rates are on... Read More »
Patients’ own cardiac stem cells regrow heart muscle Many heart attacks leave behind scar tissue, which inhibits cardiac functions for a patient’s... Read More »
Every year in the United States alone, 785,000 people will have a first heart attack and 470,000 more will suffer a repeat heart attack, according to the Centers for... Read More »
Shiva SinghGood to know we have healing within us.
Feb 16, 2012
Aurora SterlingHeart disease is one of the most common causes of death. Hopefully, research like this will one day change that stat.
Feb 15, 2012
The brain is what makes us human, so it is understandable that people fear the wide-ranging symptoms that can accompany brain injury. These symptoms include impaired... Read More »
Bill HarringtonMy daughter was 19 at the time of her crash that left her TBI. She's now 36 and has shown little improvement through the years. I wish this were available for her. I would love to have a better quality of life now.
Feb 6, 2012
Ann ConkleVery exciting research!
Feb 6, 2012
Those following Dancing with the Stars know that this season’s hero was J.R. Martinez. J.R. Martinez was horribly injured in the war and suffered severe burns... Read More »
Six thousand people have died from lack of suitable bone marrow donations in the two years since Doreen Flynn, the mother of three daughters whose rare genetic... Read More »
In a recent decision, the European Union Court of Justice, sitting in Grand Chamber, has ruled on three questions concerning interpretation of Article 6(2)(c) of EU... Read More »
It is said that a living organism is as old as its stem cells. And a research group led by the Buck Institute for Research on Aging and the Georgia Institute of... Read More »