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Perrigo Draws On OTC Strength For Private Label Nexium 24HR Launch

This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet

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Perrigo plans late September launch of a store brand OTC of Nexium 24HR after FDA’s ANDA approval and settlement of patent litigation with AstraZeneca. But it faces competition from Aurobindo's generic OTC esomeprazole 20 mg delayed-release capsules.

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