Kaléo Enters Into Licensing Agreement With Valeo Pharma For The Canadian Rights to ALLERJECT®(epinephrine injection, USP)

Richmond, Va – Kaléo, a privately held U.S. pharmaceutical company, today announced that

it has entered into a ten-year License, Supply, and Commercialization agreement with Valeo Pharma, a

Canadian pharmaceutical company, for the Canadian rights to ALLERJECT® (epinephrine injection, USP) for the

treatment of severe allergic reactions.

“Patients with life threatening allergies across Canada deserve access to this innovative and potentially

lifesaving product,” said Kaléo President and CEO Ronald Gunn. “Valeo Pharma’s sales force, relationships with

the healthcare community, and commitment to patients make them the ideal partner for ALLERJECT.”

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