Genelux Awarded Therapeutic Discovery Project Grant

    SAN DIEGO November 14, 2010 Genelux Corporation, a privately-held biopharmaceutical company developing novel therapeutic oncolytic viruses for the treatment and diagnosis of cancer, today announced it has been awarded $245,000, the maximum award given for a project under the Therapeutic Discovery Program (TDP). The award was given to projects that show reasonable potential to result in new therapies in areas of unmet medical need, particularly cancer. Proceeds will support further development of the Genelux therapeutic cancer platform technology, GL-ONC1, specifically in clinical trials evaluating the drug’s safety and early signs of therapeutic efficacy.

    “Genelux is pleased to have received a Therapeutic Discovery Project (TDP) award. Such programs are invaluable in accelerating the development of technologies that will one day yield a breakthrough in the cure for cancer and other diseases,” said Dr. Aladar Szalay, Chairman and CEO of Genelux Corporation. “And while each company, including ours, did not receive all it was eligible for, the intense interest in and demand for the program demonstrates the need for Congress to expand it and offer more support for the important research being conducted at small biotechnology firms in San Diego and across the United States.”

    ABOUT GENELUX CORPORATION

    Genelux Corporation was founded in 2001 with a mission to develop safe and effective diagnostic and therapeutic solutions for cancer and inflammatory diseases for which there are no effective treatments today. Genelux Corporation is headquartered in San Diego, California.

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