Richard H. Stern

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Court made another incremental decision on whether patents could be issued on computer-related innovations. Although urged to rule categorically on whether business methods and software could be patented, the Supreme Court once again refused to opine broadly. Although three Justices sought a clear ruling that no business method could ever be patented, the(More)
The use of oncolytic viruses to treat cancer is based on the selection of tropic tumor viruses or the generation of replication selective vectors that can either directly kill infected tumor cells or increase their susceptibility to cell death and apoptosis through additional exposure to radiation or chemotherapy. In addition, viral vectors can be modified(More)