The FDA’s fast-tracking of two molecularly targeted cancer drugs signals a major shift in medicine — and the cancer therapy marketplace.
Today, Pfizer and Roche have an edge with their newly approved drugs. But analysts say the flexibility of smaller companies could ultimately give them the edge in new market niches where therapies no longer focus on where the cancer is located, but the cells’ molecular make up and the patient’s genetic factors.
Whether this shift represents a concern or an opportunity depends on how you navigate the next five years. Here’s how to see what’s coming — today.
In one research-packed source, Targeted Cancer Drugs: The Launch Landscape to 2018 delivers the data and analysis you need to evaluate established approaches vs. emerging therapies, understand the competitive environment and turn trend forecasts into a head start for success.
Look inside 79 pipeline cancer drugs and the companies developing them. For each of these upcoming cancer treatment products, you’ll know: the mode of action, clinical data, and development risks. You’ll also know when each product is expected to launch and how it will compete with existing cancer drugs.
Buy now to get the information you need to strengthen your position as the cancer therapy market changes dramatically during the next five years, including:
The comprehensive research and analysis in Targeted Cancer Drugs has been gathered for you by Sue Viney, a senior oncology analyst for Espicom Business Intelligence, a firm that has covered global healthcare markets for more than 30 years.
Whether you want marketwide perspective or details on a specific company niche or cancer therapy product, Targeted Cancer Drugs delivers the data, analysis and forecasts you need to move forward quickly — and with confidence.
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