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"NCI Researchers Generate Largest Database of Cancer-specific Genetic Variations"

So they are entitled to patent the largest database of cancer-specific genetic variations, right?

Right?

Because they did it first. And nobody could have predicted that someone would be the first to do that.

Right?

And if they don't get a patent then nobody will ever want to be the first at anything. It's exactly like mountain climbing.

Right?

Just Asking,

Wrong. Just sayin'...

Excellent post.

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