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Perrigo Eyes $115 Billion In Rx-To-OTC Switches On The Horizon

This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily

Executive Summary

The private labeler sees about $115 billion worth of branded Rx products with potential to switch OTC, including statins and longer-shot switches for diabetes, hypertension and topical steroid drugs. Perrigo’s shorter-term pipeline includes equivalents of proton pump inhibitors Nexium, Protonix and Aciphex.

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