Entries from HEALTH LAW SECTION BLOG tagged with 'personalized medicine'

BRCA1/2 patents ruled invalid in PUBPAT/ACLU lawsuit

3/29/10 From PUBPAT: Judge Robert Sweet issued his opinion holding all of the challenged patents invalid. (1) The lawsuit, Association for Molecular Pathology, et al. v. United States Patent and Trademark Office, et al., was filed on 5/12/09, in the...

Stem Cell Review -current perspectives

Courtesy of ISSCR's newsletter (The Pulse), the Stem Cell Review (1) is a 10-part series,via videos, that focus on the state of stem cell science today, including medical applications and the business of stem cells. The videos can be accessed...

"Probing the genomic basis for cancer" MSK

Research planning perspectives: eg. probing the genomic basis for cancer.(1) One of the strengths that has put Memorial Sloan-Kettering at the forefront of the search for genomic changes in cancer is its extensive tumor bank. These specimens are stored anonymously...

NIH Epigenetics Program, DNA banking, Research Festival Oct 14-17

Sept 29, 2008- NIH announced funding for the new NIH Roadmap Epigenomics Program. Epigenetic processes control normal growth and development, and epigenomics is a study of epigenetic processes at a genome-wide scale. NIH will invest more than $190 million over...

C. Brown on "Creating a positive culture for children"

From the State Bar News, NYSBA's Annual Meeting Edition (March/April 2008), an article by Cailin Brown on the Presidential Summit, am panel, leads the issue (1) ...Experts shared ideas on breaking the cycle for youth at risk, Cailin Brown reports,...

Genetic testing and the genomic era- perspectives for clinical practice

Zooming in to focus on particular sections of the FDA Amendments Act of 2007, I first took note of Section 1103 of the FDAAA, “improving genetic test safety and quality,” which requires that by July 2008 the Secretary’s Advisory Committee...

FDA news:Genetic Lab Test for Warfarin Sensitivity

9/17/07 press release: FDA cleared for marketing a new genetic test that will help physicians assess whether a patient may be especially sensitive to the blood-thinning drug warfarin which is used to prevent potentially fatal clots in blood vessels....

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