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Formatech, Inc. to Donate Services to Formulate and Fill GeoVax Labs, Inc. HIV/AIDS Vaccine Under Its 'Fillanthropy(TM) Program'
Date:10/15/2009

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About the Fillanthropy Program

Each month beginning in January 2010, Formatech will donate the services required to aseptically fill and finish one lot of drug product for selected therapeutic candidates that are entering human clinical trials. To be eligible, companies must be developing a clinical candidate that is delivered as a sterile injectable product. When selecting a candidate, Formatech considers both the product's potential therapeutic benefit and the financial need of the sponsor. To apply for participation in this program, companies are encouraged to contact Jeffrey Bernard at 978-725-9077 x 3164 or jbernard@formatech.com.

About Formatech

Formatech, founded in 1993, is based in Andover, Massachusetts. The company provides contract services that deliver unique solutions to product development/manufacturing challenges, including preformulation/formulation development of all common dosage forms, such as lyophilized dosage forms, cell culture/fermentation process development and purification/downstream process optimization.

Their aseptic manufacturing facility produces liquid and lyophilized dosage units for clinical supplies or small-scale commercial products. Manufacturing support services include compounding/formulation, diafiltration/concentration (UF/DF), release testing, and full ICH Guideline Stability Programs.

Formatech's mission is to "Help make new drugs happen at the speed of science."

About GeoVax Labs, Inc.

GeoVax Labs, Inc. is a biotechnology company, established to develop, manufacture, license and commercialize human vaccines for diseases caused by HIV-1 (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) and other infectious agents. GeoVax's AIDS vaccine technology is the subject of 20 issued or filed patent applications. GeoVax AIDS v
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