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This is an informal review of the role of intellectual property rights over the past few years in medical research, in particular:

i)             What intellectual property rights actually exist in clinical data and medical discoveries;

ii)            How have these rights been used and exploited: the virtuous and the not so virtuous;

iii)           Things to be careful about and things to avoid (other than lawyers generally).

Richard Doll seminars IN Public health and epidemiology

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