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Wyeth Pharmaceuticals started a process of re-engineering its drug discovery operations five years ago with the goal of improving its performance and identifying more clinical candidates. According to the firm, the process was a major success, and it has the numbers to back up that claim. Dr. Robert Ruffolo, president of research and development for Wyeth Pharmaceuticals, gave a talk last week at the PharmaDiscovery Conference in Washington, DC, describing the organizational changes and ways the firm maximized its use of drug discovery tools to improve productivity.

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