Pfizer to pay $55M to settle Wyeth illegal Protonix marketing case

Pfizer Inc. will pay $55 million plus interest to resolve allegations that Wyeth, a company acquired by the drug maker in 2009, illegally marketed a misbranded drug for off-label use, federal prosecutors in Boston said today. Wyeth manufactured and promoted Protonix, a proton pump inhibitor used by physicians to treat various forms of gastro-esophageal reflux disease, prosecutors said.

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