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Wed December 29, 2010
Morning News Round-Up

Money worries and solar dreams

Curl up and read up on New York's latest. It's cold outside.
Dave Olsen via Flickr

PAETEC settles down

Telecommunications firm, PAETEC has reached an agreement with the City of Rochester to locate its corporate headquarters downtown. The Rochester Business Journal summarized the major investments pledged by both parties to make a deal:

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Thu December 2, 2010

Anti-radiation medicine climbs another rung on the FDA ladder

Even though CBLB502 has not been approved by the FDA, the Department of Defense has already ordered tens of thousands of units.
US Army via Flickr

Buffalo-based drug maker Cleveland Biolabs has been working on a medicine to protect against radiation poisoning for more than seven years. And this week the drug, CBLB502, took another step towards approval by the Food and Drug Administration.

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Tue October 26, 2010

Cleveland Biolabs is big in Buffalo, trying to make it big in China

China's patent office recently awarded Cleveland Biolabs intellectual property rights for their anti-radiation reaserch and products.
Oliver via Flickr

While Cleveland Biolabs (headquartered in Buffalo) continues seeking approval of its anti-radiation drug CBLB502 from the Food and Drug Administration, the pharmaceutical company is beginning to seek markets and protection of its ideas in other countries.

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Tue September 21, 2010
Medicine in Development

The government really wants drugs (from a Buffalo company)

Cleveland Biolabs's anti-radiation medicine CBLB502 has the potential to pay off quite lucratively for the small Buffalo-based pharmaceutical company.
Jesús Joglar via Flickr

Last month I reported a story about the development of an anti-radiation drug from Cleveland Biolabs (based in Buffalo). The medicine is being eyed as a way to treat victims of a nuclear attack. There are no existing medicines that actually clear radiation out of your blood stream if you’ve been exposed – only ways to reduce exposure.

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