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41. The Journal of Philosophy, Science & Law: Volume > 3 > Issue: 1
David B. Resnik A Biotechnology Patent Pool: An Idea Whose Time Has Come?
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This paper discusses the idea of forming a patent pool in order to address some of the licensing problems in the biotechnology industry. The pool would be an independent, non-profit corporation that would manage patents and have the authority to grant licenses. The patent pool would not be a purely altruistic venture, since it would charge licensing fees. The pool would charge the market price for licensing services and reimburse patent holders for licensing activities. The pool would also provide patent holders with a minimum income based on a percentage of royalties generated from the pool. The pool would include patents on a variety of materials and methods that play an important role in biotechnology. It would also be international in scope, with the power to grant licenses in different countries.
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Doug Jesseph James Franklin’s The Science of Conjecture: Evidence and Probability before Pascal
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William J. FitzPatrick, Lee L. Zwanziger Defending Against Biochemical Warfare: Ethical Issues Involving the Coercive Use of Investigational Drugs and Biologics in the Military
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Avner Levin The Problem of Observation
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Anne-Taylor Cahill Embyronic Stem Cells: Science Ethics and Public Policy: Conference Report
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Bill Shields A Response to Avner Levin’s “The Problem of Observation”
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Philip M. Rosoff, Melanie L. Katsur Preserving Fertility In Young Cancer Patients: A Medical, Ethical And Legal Challenge
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Modern cancer treatment, while often producing lifelong cures, can also result in permanent damage to many organ systems. Although more than 70% of children and young adults can be cured of their cancers, infertility, which frequently accompanies curative therapies for many common types of cancer, is one of the most devastating long-term complications. In this paper we discuss the medical, legal, and ethical ramifications of attempting to prevent this side effect and present some of the challenges that remain.
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Brian M. O'Connell Ethical and Social Issues in Engineering and Computing: The Spring Regional Meeting of the IEEE Society on Social Implications of Technology
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Susan Haack truth, truths, "truth", and "truths" in the law
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Barbara A. Noah Life, Death, and Politics: The Long Good-bye