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February 26, 2013
Standard of Care? Not So Fast, Not in the United Kingdom
Did you know that in the UK, patent law says that using a competitor's compound as a comparison in a clinical trial is an infringement? I sure didn't. The government has realized that this rule is much stricter than most other countries, and is moving to change it in a bid to keep more clinical research in the country. Thanks to FierceBiotech for the heads-up on this.
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