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Royalty Pharma Statement Regarding Elan Proposal
Date:3/6/2013

products, with a portfolio of royalty interests in 37 approved and marketed products (including Abbott's Humira®, Johnson and Johnson's Remicade®, Merck's Januvia®, Gilead's Atripla®, Truvada®, and Emtriva®, Pfizer's Lyrica®, Amgen's Neupogen® and Neulasta®, and Genentech's Rituxan®) and 3 products pending approval. Royalty Pharma's product portfolio is well-diversified across biopharmaceutical products and treatment areas and consists of stable and long-dated assets. Royalty Pharma's portfolio includes royalties on 8 of the top 20 selling pharmaceutical and biotech drugs by expected worldwide 2016 sales[20], and 9 products with over US$1 billion in annual sales.

These entities have a longer than fifteen year history of providing value to holders of royalty interests, including a US$400 million purchase of 80 percent of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center's Neupogen®/ Neulasta® royalty, a US$525 million joint acquisition with Gilead Sciences of Emory University's emtricitabine royalty interest, a US$650 million purchase of New York University's Remicade® royalty, a US$700 million acquisition of AstraZeneca's Humira® royalty, a US$700 million purchase of a portion of Northwestern University's Lyrica® royalty, a US$609 million acquisition of Astellas Pharma's patent estate and associated royalty stream relating to the use of dipeptidyl peptidase IV (DPP-IV) inhibitors for the treatment of type 2 diabetes including Januvia® and Janumet®, and most recently a US$761 million purchase of a portion of an interest in Biogen's Tecfidera (formerly BG-12) for the treatment of multiple sclerosis held by the former shareholders of Fumapharm AG. These entities are well diversified across biopharmaceutical products and treatment areas with unaudited revenue of US$1.39 billion for the 2012 financial year and unaudited EBITDA for the 2012 financial year of US$1.35 billion.

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