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Datamonitor Healthcare CV&Met Disease Analysis: Hemophilia
June 07, 2021
Current treatments are largely focused on replacing factor VIII (fVIII) or factor IX (fIX), the deficiency of which causes hemophilia A or B, respectively. Recombinant fVIII and fIX are at the top of algorithms in the US and EU treatment guidelines. Until recently, full-length recombinant fVIII agents Advate and Kogenate, and the fIX agent BeneFIX, have dominated the hemophilia space and have held the largest portion of market share. However, these drugs have been steadily losing market share to extended half-life recombinant factor products (EHLs) and Hemlibra, as physicians switch patients to newer-generation products with improved dosing frequencies. During 2018–20, sales of Advate more than halved (from $2,806m in 2018 to $1,213m in 2020) due to fierce competition primarily from Roche’s Hemlibra, which was awarded a label expansion in the US and EU in the first quarter of 2019.
This Datamonitor Healthcare report contains a Disease Analysis module.
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