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Cardinal Health Announces $1.2 Billion Debt Tender Offer
Date:8/27/2009

illion. If 7.00% debentures due 2026 are tendered such that the aggregate purchase price for the notes would exceed $100 million, they will be subject to proration. Any tendered notes that are not accepted for purchase will be returned without expense to the tendering holder.

The tender offer will expire at 11:59 p.m., New York City time, on Sept. 24, unless extended or earlier terminated by Cardinal Health. To be eligible to receive the early tender premium, holders must tender their notes before 5 p.m., New York City time, on Sept. 10, unless extended by Cardinal Health.

                               Principal
                                 Amount
                                  Out-   Accept-
                                standing  ance   Tender   Early
                                  (in    Prior-  Offer    Tender    Total
             CUSIP/ISIN  Issuer millions) ity  Consider-  Premium Consider-
    Notes      Number     (1)     (2)    Level  ation(3)   (4)     ation(3)


    7.80%     017475AB0;    A     $75.685   1   $1,075.00  $30.00  $1,105.00
     Deben-  US017475AB07
     tures
     due
     Oct. 15,
     2016


    6.75%     14149YAF5;    C        $500   1   $1,042.50  $30.00  $1,072.50
     Notes    US14149YAF51
     due
     Feb. 15,
     2011


    6.00%     14149YAQ1;    C        $300   1   $1,032.50  $30.00  $1,062.50
     Notes   US14149YAQ17
     due
     June 15,
     2017


    7.00%     017475AC8;    A        $192   2     $980.00  $30.00  $1,010.00
     Deben-  US017475AC89
     tures
     due
     Oct. 15,
     2026(5)


    5.85%     14149YAH1;    C        $500   3   $1,022.50  $30.00  $1,052.50
     Notes   US14149YAH18
     due
     Dec. 15,
     2017


    5.80%     14149YAL2;    C        $500   4   $1,021.25  $30.00  $1,051.25
     Notes   US14149YAL20
     due
     Oct. 15,
     2016


    5.65%     14149YAP3;    C       
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