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In 1976, a man named John Moore was treated by a UCLA cancer researcher, who developed and commercialized his cancer cells into a cell line. By 1990, Moore's cells had a potential market value of $3 billion. Moore sued, but the Supreme Court of California ruled that he had no property rights to his discarded cells or to any profits made from them.
Picture A Man Named John Moore Was Treated By A Ucla Cancer Researcher, Who Developed And Commercialized His Cancer Cells Into A Cell Line