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Multi-product players may be able to use bundled rebates for preferred formulary status and biosimilars offer a new competitive dynamic, but there is hope for novel therapies.
Remission rates with existing therapies leave much room for improvement, so a variety of treatments are needed – leaving major players attempting to carve unique paths in a crowded market.
The ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease landscapes may shift soon but new drugs will compete with entrenched blockbusters, including Humira, Stelara and Entyvio, with biosimilars on the way.
The multiple sclerosis drug market is more competitive than ever, though new options work through existing mechanisms of action. Unmet need remains despite numerous drugs, and competition clustered in the same classes creates pressure.
While spinal muscular atrophy therapies Evrysdi and Zolgensma have gained ground at the expense of pioneer Spinraza, emerging myostatin inhibitors promise a complementary mechanism that could enhance functional outcomes.
While many HAE patients converted from injectable prophylaxis to BioCryst’s oral Orladeyo last year, physicians said a promising injectable candidate from Ionis could benefit from varied patient preference.
The highly genericized bipolar disorder market is set for change as both new long-acting injectable formulations of older products and novel therapies reach the market, while firms like NRx and BioXcel target major unmet needs in a disease that needs more R&D.
Scrip's Kevin Grogan joins Datamonitor's Pamela Spicer and Davinderpreet Mangat to discuss the skin disease landscape and whether atopic dermatitis is now where psoriasis was a decade ago as another wave of innovative products start to reach the market.
Pfizer's Prevnar 20 and Merck's Vaxneuvance are launching simultaneously and are expected to help drive vaccines growth for both big pharmas.
Regeneron's Eylea and Roche's Lucentis currently dominate the treatment market for wet-AMD and diabetic eye disease, but biosimilar ranibizumab and new brand launches are on the horizon.
Market Snapshot: The ulcerative colitis market looks set to experience strong pricing pressure over the next three to five years, with leading players losing exclusivity for their drugs and a flood of novel entrants set to hit the market.
The value of the COVID-19 market reached more than $8bn in the first quarter, fuelled by mRNA-based vaccines, but the future growth of the sector depends on the rather unpredictable course of the pandemic, and the response of healthcare providers and countries.
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