Full-year pharmaceutical sales declined 2 percent to $40.6 billion, including a 3 percent negative impact due to foreign exchange.Sales from emerging markets grew 9 percent and accounted for approximately 20 percent of pharmaceutical sales in the fourth quarter. Sales growth in the emerging markets is being driven by vaccines, primary care, women’s health and diversified brands. China continues to be a key driver with 35 percent growth for the fourth quarter, including a 3 percent benefit from foreign exchange. Worldwide sales of the combined diabetes franchise of JANUVIA/JANUMET, medicines that help lower blood sugar levels in adults with type 2 diabetes, grew 18 percent to $1.6 billion in the fourth quarter of 2012 primarily driven by growth in the United States and Japan. The combined franchise had sales of $5.7 billion for the full year of 2012, an increase of 23 percent. Worldwide sales of SINGULAIR, a once-a-day oral medicine for the chronic treatment of asthma and the relief of symptoms of allergic rhinitis, declined 67 percent to $480 million in the fourth quarter. SINGULAIR sales declined $932 million, or 97 percent, in the United States in the fourth quarter. Full-year 2012 worldwide sales for SINGULAIR were $3.9 billion, a 30 percent decrease compared to the prior year. The patent for SINGULAIR expired in the United States on Aug. 3, 2012, and will expire in major European markets later this month. The company continues to experience a significant and rapid reduction in sales in the United States and expects a similar decline in Europe following patent expiry there. SINGULAIR will retain marketing exclusivity in Japan until 2016. Sales of ZETIA (ezetimibe) and VYTORIN (ezetimibe/simvastatin), medicines for lowering LDL cholesterol, were $1.1 billion in the fourth quarter, comparable to the prior year, driven by global growth of ZETIA that was offset by lower sales of VYTORIN. The combined ZETIA/VYTORIN franchise had sales of $4.3 billion for the full year of 2012, comparable to the prior year.