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In a ruling which has wide ramifications for the bio-technology industry, the US Supreme Court ruled unanimously that because DNA is a product of nature, it can't be owned. It strikes down patents held by US corporation Myriad Genetics, a company in the US that does certain tests for breast cancer and charges thousands of dollars. Source: abc.net.au

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