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What: Shares of Inhibitex
So what: Ever since Gilead Sciences
Now what: To say that I'm not a fan of Inhibitex at its current valuation north of $1.1 billion might be an understatement. The company is going to face an onslaught of competition from Gilead and Pharmasset, but also from hep C drugs that are already approved by the FDA for sale, including Merck's
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