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03/12/2012

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patent litigation

The U.S. can -- and should -- learn from India's example in this case. Too often, the patent system gives the appearance of favoring private profit over the public interest. Certainly, innovators have a right to benefit financially from their intellectual property; but in some life-and-death cases it seems to me that basic human rights should trump considerations of revenue maximization.
http://www.aminn.org/patent-legislation

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And more commentary by Indian health groups welcoming the decision via PharmaGossip
http://pharmagossip.blogspot.com/2012/03/indian-health-groups-welcome-countrys.html

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