Analysts consider potential of Bristol-Myers' diabetes drugs

09/14/2007 | Bloomberg

The diabetes treatments that Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. is partnering with other drugmakers to develop each could take in $1 billion a year in sales, analysts say. Pfizer and AstraZeneca will participate in making two of the new drugs, which are expected to introduce a different approach to diabetes treatment. The strategy also will help the drugmaker recover from the patent expiration of its blockbuster drug Plavix in 2011.

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