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Cambridge-headquartered AstraZeneca have agreed to sell certain global commercial rights for its Losec brand, in a deal that is worth around $243 million.
Losec is a proton pump inhibitor discovered and developed by AstraZeneca. It assists in reducing the amount of acid produced by the stomach in patients with gastrointestinal reflux conditions and ulcers.
The divestment also includes medications containing omeprazole marketed by AstraZeneca under the Acimax, Antra, Mepral, Mopral, Omepral and Zoltum medicine names.
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