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Pancreatic Cancer Therapeutics Market Landscape to 2021

Press Release   •   Feb 09, 2016 10:13 EST

There are currently no early detection methods in use for PC. Currently the best option for patient survival is resection which can triple five year survival rate to 15% compared to the unrespectable stages of PC. Regrettably ~83% of patients present with advanced unrespectable disease and patient prognosis is extremely poor. The majority of patients ultimately develop resistant disease, for which treatment options have historically been limited, with treatment involving fluorouracil as a monotherapy or used in a combination therapy being standard. The recent approval of Onivyde for gemcitabine refractory disease in 2015 has improved survival of resistant patients, but there is a clear clinical need to diversify the treatment options for this patient cohort.

The current late-stage drugs in development for PC address this clinical need; however, results so far have been limited in their efficacy, with none demonstrating clinically transformative efficacy or safety. As a result, the growth in PC prevalence as a result of a global aging population, increasing diabetes and obesity prevalence is expected to be the key driver of this market throughout the forecast period.

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Scope:

  • What factors are driving the market growth?
  • How can the factors limiting growth be overcome in the future?
  • What are the dynamics of the remaining 49% of the pipeline?
  • How does this reflect the need for novel targeted therapies?
  • What is the scientific rationale behind these targets?
  • Where will these novel therapies fit into the current treatment algorithm for PC?
  • How will the other late stage pipeline drugs perform commercially?

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