Pfizer is considering sale of a portfolio of meds that includes treatments in cardiology, urology and primary care, Bloomberg reports. The company has brought on JPMorgan Chase & Co. to advise it on the process.

Divesting the stable of meds, which generate sales of more than $700 million—about 40% of which come from the U.S., and another 45% from Europe—could net Pfizer more than $2 billion.