Bloomberg says Supreme Court's Myriad decision will set off a rush of new genomic medicine tests.
Science News interviews one of the happy plaintiffs in AMP v Myriad.
Harvard Law professor says that the devil may be in the cDNA details in Supreme Court ruling.
Slate: Noah Prywes, a grad student in chemistry and chemical biology at Harvard University lays out, "The Supreme Court's Sketchy Science."
Everyone claims a victory in this Voice of America report: "Supreme Court Gene Ruling Benefits Biotech, Breast Cancer Research."
American Civil Liberties Union claims a big free speech victory in the BRCA patent decision.
Here's the actual Court decision. Writing for the unanimous Supreme Court, Clarence Thomas's explanation of DNA and genes for a legal and general audience has been singled out by a number of commentators for its clarity of presentation.