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Wyeth Aims For Two NME Launches A Year Under Retooled R&D Program

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Changes to the R&D process include refocusing efforts on discovery of new molecular entities, with a reduced emphasis on line extensions. Only 23% of Wyeth’s portfolio is made up of line extensions versus 45% in 2001. Wyeth is also beginning to link scientist compensation to R&D goals.

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