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Pfizer Infectious Disease Pipeline Spreads Roots In Competitive Areas

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As Pfizer's infectious disease unit begins its recovery from the loss of exclusivity of the blockbuster Zithromax (azithromycin) in 2006 and Diflucan (fluconazole) in 2004, the company is repositioning the portfolio to focus on specialty diseases, particularly HIV and hepatitis C, Senior Director/Commercial Head-Infectious Disease Worldwide Pharmaceutical Operations Andrew Schmeltz said

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