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Wyeth's Cordarone amiodarone is the world's leading anti-arrhythmia drug, yet it sold only $283 million last year after going generic in the fourth quarter. Side effects have limited sales of all anti-arrhythmics, and although WYE and others have tried to find better compounds, none have yet succeeded. In fact, WYE has nothing in the clinic to replace

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