Boehringer to get Zantac rights as part of J&J-Pfizer deal

10/12/2006 | Yahoo!

Johnson & Johnson and Pfizer say they will sell U.S. marketing rights for the heartburn drug Zantac to Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals for $509.5 million as part of J&J's planned acquisition of Pfizer's consumer health business. The sale is intended to facilitate Federal Trade Commission approval of the $16.6 billion J&J-Pfizer deal.

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