Hans Sauer

Deputy General Counsel on Intellectual Property, Biotechnology Industrial Organization

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Deputy General Counsel on Intellectual Property for the Biotechnology Industrial Organization, the world's largest bio-tech organization, providing advocacy, business development and communications services for more than 1,200 members worldwide

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Billions of dollars have been raised for medical research because human genes can be patented so, when breakthroughs occur, investors make money.

Human Genetics: Medicine, Money and Law

Billions of dollars have been raised for medical research because human genes can be patented so, when breakthroughs occur, investors make money.

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