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Intarcia Announces Expanded Appointment for Kurt Graves as Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer
Date:4/2/2012

  Over the past few years, he has also been working to strengthen the organization and put in place the building blocks, talent and strategic collaborations to marshal the full set of global opportunities for the Company.  His years of developing and successfully launching several of the biggest medicines in the industry while in senior roles at Merck, Astra, Novartis and Vertex helped coalesce nearly a decade of innovation at Intarcia into a forward-looking and highly differentiated global Phase 3 program for ITCA 650, the Company's transformational once-yearly investigational treatment for type 2 diabetes.  

To successfully execute the global program designed to evaluate and demonstrate the superiority of ITCA 650 versus current standards of care, Mr. Graves and the team recently closed a groundbreaking deal with Quintiles, through which Quintiles is also making strategic investments in the Company and the product candidate itself.  The Company is also in the final stages of forming a second major deal around ITCA 650 with a leading global pharmaceutical company.  The collaboration is intended to create a powerful three-way global alliance to maximize the commercial potential of ITCA 650 in one of the largest and fastest growing therapeutic markets in the world.  A new Chief Medical Officer (CMO) with deep pharmaceutical and diabetes drug development experience, Michelle Baron, MD, FACE, was just recruited into the Company as well.

Mr. Graves commented on his appointment by thanking the Board and the Company's talented team of professionals who have helped drive the Company's success to date: "Intarcia has always been and continues to be an evolving story of innovation with immense potential.  It is exciting and an honor for me to be part of what turns this Company's great promise into game-changing medicines for patients and tremendous value creation
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