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CSL Biotherapies Announces FDA Marketing Approval of its Monovalent Pandemic (H1N1) 2009 Influenza A Vaccine
Date:9/16/2009

h an option for filling and packaging services out of CSL's Kankakee, Illinois and Marburg, Germany facilities. These facilities have the capability to produce influenza vaccine in thimerosal-free, prefilled, single-use syringes and in multi-dose vials containing preservative. CSL will supply bulk H1N1 antigen to the U.S. and will formulate that bulk as directed by the federal government. CSL expects to begin delivery of bulk H1N1 antigen to HHS in October, 2009.

About CSL Biotherapies:
The United States headquarters of CSL Biotherapies are located in King of Prussia, PA. Its parent company, CSL Limited, in Melbourne, Australia, has made a $60 million (U.S.D.) investment in plant and equipment to double the manufacturing capacity of the company's Melbourne facility to 40 million doses per season; it is now one of the world's largest influenza vaccine facilities for global markets. CSL Biotherapies, which shares its United States headquarters with its sister company, CSL Behring, is commercializing influenza vaccine products globally.

The CSL Group, which includes CSL Biotherapies, CSL Research & Development, CSL Bioplasma, and CSL Behring, has more than 10,000 employees and operates in 27 countries worldwide. For more information, visit us at www.cslbiotherapies-us.com, or call 1-888-435-8633.

Media Contacts:

Sheila A. Burke
Director, Public Relations & Communications
Worldwide Commercial Operations
CSL Biotherapies
610-290-7403
484-919-2618 (mobile)

Elizabeth Fisher-Au
Weber-Shandwick
212-445-8111

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