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GeoVax Labs, Inc. Second Quarter Financial Results and Operational Update

(R) cell

lines (avian embryonic derived stem cell lines) for the production of

GeoVax's MVA (Modified Vaccinia Ankara) based HIV/AIDS vaccines.

Results obtained from Vivalis and GeoVax demonstrated that EBx(R) cell

technology is possibly a more economical alternative to chicken

embryonic fibroblasts (CEFs) for the replication of GeoVax specific

recombinant MVA based AIDS vaccines. Simultaneously, GeoVax's promising

results in preclinical trials as well as encouraging and positive

immune response data from two ongoing human trials provided the impetus

for accelerating clinical evaluations of GeoVax's vaccines and for

considering the EBx(R) cell platform in industrial vaccine production.

Vivalis and GeoVax collaborations focus on scaling-up MVA based

HIV/AIDS vaccine production processes in EBx(R) cells. In addition,

Vivalis plans preparation of an EBx(R) platform Biological Master File

for filing with the FDA. In parallel, GeoVax is evaluating plans for an

immunogenicity comparability study of GeoVax's MVA based HIV/AIDS

vaccines produced in CEFs and those produced in EBx(R) cells. This

information may be presented in a pre-IND meeting with the FDA

concerning potential use of this cell line.

Management Commentary

Donald Hildebrand, Chief Executive Officer of GeoVax, commented, "Recent developments at GeoVax encourage and excite us as we continue working toward our ultimate goal of making available a safe and effective vaccine for the prevention of AIDS. We are particularly encouraged by the recent accelerated start date of our two new human clinical trials, resulting primarily from the excellent safety and anti-HIV immune response results obtained to date from our ongoing 1/10th and full dose vaccine trials. We are also pleased with the positive response to our progress at GeoVax as reflected by

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