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Prevnar, Effexor, Enbrel Powering Strong First Quarter For Wyeth

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Executive Summary

Normalization of Prevnar demand after the correction of supply problems will play a major role in delivering first quarter earnings per share levels significantly higher than analyst estimates, CFO Martin says. Third quarter results may be down compared to 2004 because of high anticipated R&D spending.

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