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Former Pfizer Inc. Senior Director Joins Growing MusclePharm Medical Advisory Board
Date:4/11/2011

DENVER, April 11, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- MusclePharm Corporation, a Nevada corporation ("MusclePharm" or the "Company") (OTCBB: MSLP), an expanding U.S. nutritional supplement company, is pleased to announce the addition of Richard Ogden, PhD, to its medical advisory board.

"It is a great honor to welcome Dr. Ogden to the MusclePharm team," stated Cory Gregory, President of MusclePharm.  "Dr. Ogden's extensive knowledge and experience in launching HIV medications for global pharmaceutical companies offers MusclePharm a considerable benefit as we venture into the clinical realm of therapeutic nutritional supplementation with our innovative whey protein product, MuscleGel®. We believe Dr. Ogden's expertise will help lead the way as we explore the various opportunities in the medical application of MusclePharm's products."

MusclePharm is presently seeking Medicaid reimbursement for MuscleGel®, beginning with the State of New York.  MuscleGel® is a unique whey protein supplement gel formulated to assist in the treatment and prevention of muscle loss in HIV patients.  Following a successful meeting with New York Office of Health Insurance Policy representatives in Albany on March 28, 2011, the Company is currently gathering the necessary documentation to submit to Medicaid officials over the next several weeks to finalize the Medicaid approval process for MuscleGel® reimbursement.

Dr. Ogden is the co-founder of RORR Inc. ("RORR"), a medical, scientific consulting and educational company focused on viral infectious diseases, including HIV, and the incorporation of strategic planning for clinical research programs and product development in the antiviral and oncology therapeutic areas.  Clients of RORR include fledgling pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies that are developing innovative HIV treatments, as well as the International AIDS society.

Prior to his tenure at RORR, Dr. Ogden spent considera
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