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Unilife Announces Chairman's Letter to Shareholders
Date:4/27/2011

YORK, Pa., April 27, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Unilife Corporation ("Unilife" or the "Company") (NASDAQ: UNIS; ASX: UNS) today announced that Mr. Jim Bosnjak OAM, Chairman of Unilife, issued a letter to shareholders as an update on the Company's business.

Dear Shareholder,

As Chairman of Unilife, it is my pleasure to inform you that our Company is rapidly expanding as a commercial manufacturer of innovative drug delivery devices to the pharmaceutical industry. Following the recent completion of several key business milestones, we have begun to advance our position in the pharmaceutical market for prefilled syringes, as well as other fast-growing and highly profitable sectors of the drug delivery device industry.

Initial production of the Unifill® syringe, the world's only known prefilled syringe with fully integrated safety features, recently commenced at our state-of-the-art facility in York, Pennsylvania. Once final validation is complete in June 2011, we can start filling initial sales orders. A growing number of additional pharmaceutical companies are also awaiting the supply of the Unifill syringe to evaluate its use with their commercial and pipeline drugs, further increasing the potential for growing demand and sales.

The Unifill syringe represents a unique and compelling proposition for pharmaceutical companies. First and foremost, Unifill is a highly differentiated device - a game changer - that sets a new standard for prefilled syringes. Unlike ancillary safety products that are attached onto standard prefilled syringes to comply with needlestick prevention laws, the Unifill syringe is a unique primary drug container that is easy to fill, and can minimize packaging and shipping costs. Its elegant design and enhanced safety features can deliver optimal protection to healthcare workers, reduce healthcare costs, and enhance patie
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