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WARF says it's ready for a legal challenge on stem cells

license and share profits derived from the enterprise.

"The only way that there will be a court challenge," Cohn said, "is if somebody has a successful product in the marketplace. The only time that a court challenge would come is when there is money on the table, and we have no idea when that will happen."

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