Alzheimer’s Disease Therapeutics And Diagnostics Market Set To Grow To $16bn By 2021

10 August 2018
Pharma

Visiongain has launched a new pharma report Alzheimer’s Disease Therapeutics and Diagnostics Market 2017-2027: Leading Drugs, Pipeline Drugs, Biomarkers, Leading Companies

Alzheimer’s Disease is reported to be the most common form of dementia in developed countries, with a prevalence of about 1% at the age of 65 and over 25% in people older than 85 years of age. Currently, advances in diagnostic technologies remain moderate and the Alzheimer’s Disease biomarker market is still in its infancy. It is expected that several diagnostic tools in the future will offer an accurate assessment of whether an individual has Alzheimer’s Disease, rather than one definitive diagnostic tool.

The lead analyst of the report commented ““The Alzheimer’s disease therapeutics market has been stagnant over the last few years, with many drugs failing late stage clinical trials. The overall AD market has experienced a slow growth in revenues due to the patent expiries of key drugs in major markets. There is a more positive outlook in the diagnostics market with advances in blood-based biomarkers, they are making a huge impact on clinical research of Alzheimer’s drug candidates. The Alzheimer’s Disease market will experience steady growth driven by the rising prevalence of AD and the entry of disease-modifying therapies (DMTs), including the passive immunotherapies, solanezumab, gantenerumab, and BACE inhibitors, verubecestat, which will have significant uptake in major markets”

Leading companies featured in the report include Pfizer, Eisai, Actavis, Lundbeck, Daiichi Sankyo, Novartis, TauRx, vTv Therapeutics, Eli Lilly, Amarantus Biosciences Holdings, Piramal Enterprises, GE Healthcare, Navidea, DiaGenic.

Notes for Editors
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