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Cephalon Reports Record Earnings and Raises 2010 Guidance
Date:10/28/2010

change in fair value of the Ception contingent consideration.(5) To exclude costs related to restructurings.(6) In 2009, to exclude charges related to the deconsolidation of Acusphere ($9.3M), the acquisition of worldwide license rights related to LUPUZOR from ImmuPharma ($30.0M), license rights for bendamustine hydrochloride in China and Hong Kong ($0.8M) and license rights to certain of XOMA Ltd.’s proprietary antibody library materials ($6.0M).(7) To exclude imputed interest expense associated with convertible debt ($50.1M in 2010; $40.5M in 2009).(8) In 2010, to exclude the following losses related to the acquisition of Mepha AG:- $9.1M loss on foreign exchange derivative instruments; and- $2.5M loss on foreign exchange of Swiss Franc acquisition funds. In 2009, to exclude the following gains and losses related to the acquisition of Arana Therapeutics Limited:- $6.6M gain on pre-bid Arana holding; - $2.8M loss on contingent consideration (90% ownership incentive payment);- $10.0M gain on excess of net assets over consideration; - $19.0M gain on foreign exchange derivative instruments;  - $5.6M gain on foreign exchange of Australian Dollar acquisition funds; and- $1.6M gain on dividend income related to our initial purchase of Arana shares. (9) To exclude the portion of non-cash charges related to our acquisition of Arana Therapeutics Limited that are reflected in (8) above but do not affect net income because they are attributed to noncontrolling interests.(10) To reflect the tax effect of pre-tax adjustments at applicable tax rates and certain other tax adjustments primarily related to; changes in valuation allowances and other changes in tax assets and liabilities.CEPHALON, INC. AND SUBSIDIARIESCONSOLIDATED SALES DETAIL(In thousands)(Unaudited)Three Months Ended%September 30,Increase20102009(Decrease)United StatesEuropeTotalUnited StatesEuropeTotalUnited StatesEuropeTotalSales:CNSProprietary CNSPROVIGIL

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