For many years the question of whether or not to permit scientists to patent human embryonic stem cells hescs has perplexed europe as a whole and the individual countries therein this one seemingly straightforward intellectual property ip law question causes such consternation because it requires us to address much deeper and more fundamental issues the basic purpose of patent protection the moral status of the embryo the point at which we are prepared to define a fertilised egg . Embryonic stem cell patents european patent law and ethics edited by aurora plomer and paul torremans comprehensive multidisciplinary treatment of the application of european patent law in the field of human embryonic stem cells and the role of ethics and morality in patent law especially in stem cell related applications. Embryonic stem cell patents european patent law and ethics plomer aurora torremans paul isbn 9780199543465 kostenloser versand fur alle bucher mit versand und verkauf duch amazon. Although the court confirmed the general principle that the human body or a human embryo at any stage in its development cannot be patented simultaneously it ruled that processes which lead to organisms incapable of developing into human beings should be patentable under eu law among patent lawyers this is considered a major breakthrough in which the court seems to recognise that the brustle approach by banning all property rights on embryonic stem cell techniques is blocking
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