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Sorry I would not know that (lowest cost). - sw

Thanks anyway.

As I've mentioned before, I've exited the pharma sector because it had a great run, and I had lotsa profits to harvest. I'm distinctly underweight pharma at the moment, except for TEVA and I'm comfortable with that.

Having said all that, I still want pharma in my portfolio. I'm looking several years down the road and pondercating which companies may serve as decent investments. I've been a big fan of SNY, but I can't believe the strong move higher in the Eurozone markets is sustainable. I'll definitely be buying SNY if there's a major "correction."

I'll be researching other candidates in coming months. NVO is gonna be vetted big time.
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