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May 03, 2010


Despite its early setbacks, I predict that gene therapy is an area that will soon yield highly valuable patents. Thank you for this item; I hope you'll keep us up-to-date on future developments.

I have a rudimentry knowledge of spelling and medical. I believe that gene therapy is possible thru various methods including training the mind

Patents are interesting would like to know more. I have had this in my thoughts for some time.

Susan London

Gene therapy is one of the areas i see a massive growth of patents happening over the next 10 years.

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