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Cephalon Appoints J. Kevin Buchi as Chief Executive Officer and Member of Cephalon Board of Directors
Date:12/23/2010

FRAZER, Pa., Dec. 23, 2010 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Cephalon, Inc. (Nasdaq: CEPH) announced today that its Board of Directors has appointed J. Kevin Buchi as Chief Executive Officer and a member of the company's Board. The Board will address the role of company Chairman in the future. William P. Egan will continue to serve as Cephalon's independent Presiding Director.

"Kevin is an experienced pharmaceutical executive who has been involved in every aspect of running our business," said Mr. Egan. "Over the course of many years, Kevin worked closely with Frank Baldino, Jr., to create the company that we know today, and he has the passion, leadership skills, organizational abilities and unwavering commitment to patients that are critical to ensuring Cephalon's continued growth and success. He is the clear choice to lead our company."  

Mr. Buchi, who has been with Cephalon for almost 20 years, assumed day-to-day chief executive responsibilities for the company in August 2010. He previously served as a member of the Cephalon executive management team in the roles of Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer. Additionally, for the last seven years, he has led the business development function with responsibility for mergers, acquisitions and in-licensing of products.

Commenting on his appointment as CEO, Mr. Buchi said, "I am honored to be named Chief Executive Officer and to continue the work of Frank Baldino. I had the privilege to work with Frank as we crafted the strategy for leading and growing Cephalon. I intend to continue the same strategic course for the company." Mr. Buchi added, "Cephalon is an extraordinary company with one of the most robust pipelines in the industry focused on patients suffering from rare disorders and diseases for which there are no cures. We have expanded our global footprint dramatically in the last few years. I
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