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How Wyeth Plans to Make Prevnar a $3 Billion Vaccine

This article was originally published in RPM Report

Executive Summary

Wyeth's conjugated pneumococcal vaccine continues to break records. The company boldly says there is a lot of growth left, enough to take the product through $3 billion a year and perhaps to $4.5 billion. No vaccine has ever reached those heights. Can Wyeth pull it off?

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