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SCOLR Pharma, Inc. Names Carl Johnson as Chairman; Former Chairman Michael Taglich Remains as Director
Date:9/27/2010

BOTHELL, Wash., Sept. 27 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- SCOLR Pharma, Inc. (NYSE AMEX: DDD) today announced that Carl Johnson has been appointed as the Chairman of its Board of Directors.  Johnson succeeds Michael Taglich, who will remain a member of the Board.  

Johnson previously served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Matrixx Initiatives, Inc. Under Johnson's leadership, Matrixx successfully developed and launched the Zicam® product line. Johnson also has served as Vice President, Commercial Development, for Perrigo Company and before that was with Johnson & Johnson in both the consumer and professional healthcare products divisions.  Johnson was elected a director of SCOLR at its annual meeting in June.

Johnson said:  "I am greatly honored to have the opportunity to serve as Chairman of a company with the enormous potential of SCOLR.  Our unique technology gives us the opportunity to develop and market extended release nutritional and over-the-counter drug products that we believe will provide significant benefit to the consumer, and prove to be desirable in the marketplace."Taglich, SCOLR's outgoing Chairman, said: "In the short time that he has been a member of the Board, Carl's active involvement with management, and his industry expertise have greatly impressed the Board. With SCOLR's focus on the successful commercialization of our unique proprietary products, our shareholders are best served by Board leadership with experience in successfully bringing consumer products to market. Carl's professional successes in this area are impressive and we look forward to his contributions as Chairman."

Mr. Taglich added: "The Board's depth of experience in the consumer product market has also been strengthened by the recent addition of Marylou Arnett, who is currently the COO of Scerene Healthcare. Before co-found
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