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Nexium

The Top Pharma List's top 50 pharmaceutical products by global sales ranking is compiled from GlobalData's pharmaceutical revenue figures. Nexium was produced by AstraZeneca and Daiichi Sankyo.

Generic esomeprazole possible in Canada

an approvable form, prior to the expiration of Nexium's Canadian patents, which will occur between 2013 and 2019. ... Nexium has faced many patent challenges since its launch in 2001, as did the first-generation drug Prilosec (omeprazole).

Update on AZ-Merck deal

The deal also includes shares of the heartburn drugs Nexium and Prilosec, which AZ has the option to repurchase beginning in 2012. ... By exercising this option under the agreement, a second option to repurchase Merck's interests in heartburn drugs

AstraZeneca settles with Teva over Nexium

AstraZeneca has reached an agreement with Teva Pharmacueticals regarding patent infringement on heartburn drug, Nexium. ... Like Teva, their generic version of Nexium is being held back until 2014.

Crestor patent legal battle looms

Precedent, however, is on AstraZeneca's side as similar cases involving Seroquel and Nexium, two of its other key products, were settled in its favour last year.

Race to recovery

One legal case concerns the Supreme Court's order to review the marketing of the top selling ulcer treatment, Nexium.

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