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Richard T. Clark Elected PhRMA Board Chairman
Date:3/28/2008

Corporation as president of partner brands. A graduate of Harvard Law School, Mr. Kindler began his legal career as an attorney at the Federal Communications Commission. He later served as law clerk to U.S. Supreme Court Justice William J. Brennan, Jr.

"I am pleased to join PhRMA's leadership team at such a vital moment for healthcare in the United States. PhRMA supports quality, affordable health care coverage for all Americans and is committed to working to achieve health reform that is built on access to treatment, investments in prevention and wellness, and an understanding of the value of innovation. By advancing reforms based on these principles, we can improve patient health and benefit the larger healthcare system," said Kindler.

Mr. Booth brings to the PhRMA board more than 20 years of industry experience. Before being named president in August 2002, he was executive vice president of Takeda Pharmaceuticals North America, overseeing all commercial and business operations, as well as medical and scientific affairs. Prior to joining TPNA in October 2001, Mr. Booth was general manager and senior vice president of commercial operations at Immunex, a Seattle-based biopharmaceutical company. He began his career at Abbott Laboratories in 1983.

Mr. Lapointe, who previously served on the PhRMA board as an international affiliate, joined Sigma-Tau in September 2001 as vice president of finance. In August 2002, he became vice president of operations, and in November 2003, he was elected chief operating officer. Before joining Sigma-Tau, Mr. Lapointe was vice president of operations and vice president, controller of AstenJohnson, and he spent five years working in the Canadian medical products industry in a variety of roles. He began his career with PricewaterhouseCoopers.

Mr. Aronin, who formerly served on PhRMA's board of directors as a research associate, founded Ovation Pharmaceuticals in 2000. Previously, he led MedCare Technol
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