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Paragon Bioservices, Inc. Wins 2009 Lilly Global Supplier Award
Date:5/18/2009

BALTIMORE, May 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Paragon Bioservices, Inc., a contract research and manufacturing organization (CRO/CMO), has been awarded the coveted 2009 Lilly Global Supplier Award for exceptional performance in support of Lilly's strategic objectives.

"It is a great honor to be recognized in this manner by such an elite organization and it provides solid reaffirmation of our long-held guiding principles of quality, excellence and superior customer service in the delivery of our work," said Dr. Marco A. Chacon, President and CEO of Paragon Bioservices.

Nominated by Lilly's Elanco affiliate, Paragon Bioservices was one of fifteen companies selected from among 6500 Lilly global suppliers.

About Paragon Bioservices, Inc.

Paragon Bioservices (www.paragonbioservices.com) offers contract services for accelerating the development and manufacturing of biologics. Highly flexible and responsive, we work in partnership with our clients to ensure efficient and cost-effective target validation services, reagent protein production, process development and scale-up production of biopharmaceuticals for research purposes or for Phase I/II clinical trials.

    Contacts:
    Paragon Bioservices, Inc.
    (410) 975-4050
    Todd Carver, VP, Business Services & Administration
    TCarver@paragonbioservices.com

    Richard Lewis Communications, Inc.
    (212) 827-0020
    Gregory Tiberend
    gtiberend@rlcinc.com
    Cecelia Heer
    cheer@rlcinc.com


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