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Therapure Biopharma Inc. Announces Manufacturing Agreement with Biomedical Frontiers Incorporated -- Contract will Support Phase II Trials for Thalassemia Treatment
Date:11/28/2008

Thomas Wellner, President and CEO of Therapure Biopharma Inc. today announced that the Company has signed a biomanufacturing services agreement with Minnesota-based Biomedical Frontiers Incorporated for the production of an iron chelating agent used in the treatment of thalassemia, an inherited blood disorder.

Toronto, ON (PRWEB) November 28, 2008 - Thomas Wellner, President and CEO of Therapure Biopharma Inc. today announced that the Company has signed a biomanufacturing services agreement with Minnesota-based Biomedical Frontiers Incorporated for the production of an iron chelating agent used in the treatment of thalassemia, an inherited blood disorder.

Therapure Biopharma will apply experience gained previously in the production of Biomedical Frontiers' deferoxamine conjugates, which are injectable iron-binding drugs used to neutralize iron build-up in the blood of patients with an iron overload disorder. Biomedical Frontiers believes that their product offers advantages over existing treatments for thalassemia that will result in improved patient compliance and therefore better clinical outcomes.

In addition to manufacturing clinical trial supplies, Therapure Biopharma will provide debt financing that will partially support Biomedical Frontiers' Phase II clinical program for the product. The contract also gives Therapure Biopharma long-term commercial manufacturing rights when the product is approved by regulators.

"Production of this compound for Biomedical Frontiers is a great example of the flexibility of our modern biomanufacturing facility," said Thomas Wellner. "We are able to produce the necessary supplies of their compound quickly to support the continuing clinical development of this important new product."

"We previously contracted with Therapure Biopharma in the manufacture of drug material to support our successful devel
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