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KaloBios Announces Retirement Of Chief Financial Officer
Date:8/5/2013

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Aug. 5, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- KaloBios Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (Nasdaq: KBIO) today announced the retirement of Jeffrey H. Cooper, the company's Chief Financial Officer, effective as of December 31, 2013.  Mr. Cooper has decided to retire in order to dedicate more time to family and personal interests. Mr. Cooper has committed to stay at the company in a full-time role until mid-November, and as a part-time advisor until the end of the calendar year, and will assist the company in locating and transitioning to a successor.

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"Jeff has made outstanding contributions to KaloBios in our initial public offering and finance and accounting management," said David Pritchard, President and Chief Executive Officer of KaloBios. "We regret Jeff's decision to retire, but appreciate his desire to work with KaloBios to ensure a smooth transition by the end of the year."

"I am fortunate to be able to retire and spend more time with my family and renew my focus on my personal activities," Mr. Cooper commented. "My decision in no way reflects upon the bright future for KaloBios, its pipeline of clinical programs and its outstanding management team, whom I have enjoyed working with over the past year. I look forward to working with the team during the transition process in the coming months."

Mr. Cooper joined KaloBios in July 2012 as Chief Financial Officer. He was previously Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of BioMarin Pharmaceutical, Inc., a publicly traded pharmaceutical company. At BioMarin, Mr. Cooper started in 2003 as Vice President, Controller, and then served as its Chief Financial Officer from 2005 to Ma
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