(top, left to right) Alan Lourie, Timothy Dyk, and Todd Hughes..(bottom, left to right) Kimberly Moore, Pauline Newman, and Kara Stoll. Top, left to right: Alan Lourie, Timothy Dyk and Todd Hughes. Bottom, left to right: Kimberly Moore, Pauline Newman and Kara Stoll.

Unanimity is rare at the famously factious U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. But all 12 active judges found something they could agree on Wednesday: The Supreme Court is flat-out wrong when it comes to patent eligibility and medical diagnostics.

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