Global Hemophilia A Treatment Market to Ascend at Remarkable Pace Over Forecast Period 2026

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Hemophilia A Treatment Industry 2019

Description:-

Hemophilia is a hereditary genetic disorder that leads to impairment of the body’s ability to control coagulation and blood clotting. In hemophilia, clotting factors control the bleeding from a broken vessel is deficient, which in turn leads to lack of coagulation. There are two types of hemophilia, viz. Hemophilia A and Hemophilia B. Amongst these two types, the hemophilia A has a larger prevalence, as compared to hemophilia B. Acquired hemophilia is a rare non-genetic form of hemophilia where the autoantibodies develop against the plasma coagulation factor.

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Some Of Major key Players Included :-

CSL Behring
Shire
Bayer
Biogen
Genentech
Bioverativ
Alnylam Pharmaceuticals
Sanofi (Genzyme)
BioMarin Pharmaceutical
Hoffmann-La Roche
Sinocelltech Ltd.
Jiangsu Chia-tai Tianqing Pharmaceutical Co.,Ltd
Octapharma
LFB USA, Inc.
Novo Nordisk A/S
Pfizer

The global hemophilia A treatment market is anticipated to witness impressive growth rate during the forecast period. Varied factors are fostering the growth of the global hemophilia A market to a great extent. Development of prime coagulating factors, along with technological developments, are promoting the growth of the hemophilia A treatment market. However, a lack of availability of medicines, poor awareness towards hemophilia, and a high cost of treatment are all posing as hindrances in the ascension of the global hemophilia A treatment market. Alternatively, the advancements in the gene therapy and higher approval of drugs for the treatment of hemophilia are creating new growth opportunities in the market over the assessment period.

Market Segmentation
The global hemophilia A treatment market is studied for several segments for detailed and insightful analysis. Such segmentation has been carried out on the basis of marketed drugs, therapy, and region.

Based on marketed treatment, the global hemophilia A treatment market is segmented into Eloctate, Hemlibra, Kogenate, Kovaltry, Nuwiq, Afstyla, and Obizur. Based on therapy, the global hemophilia A treatment market is segmented into on-demand therapy, inhibitor therapy, and prophylaxis.

Detailed Regional Analysis
Segmentation of the global hemophilia A treatment market, on the basis of region, has been carried out to study the G7 countries of the world. Such segmentation has analyzed the regions of Germany, France, the United States, Spain, Italy, Japan, and the United Kingdom. The United States is anticipated to spearhead the global hemophilia A treatment market over the review period, which is followed by the United Kingdom, Italy, Germany, Spain, and France. The ascension of the hemophilia A treatment market residing in the US is highly driven by the growing prevalence of hemophilia in the region. Further, increasing availability of effective gene therapy and recombinant coagulation factor concentrate products in the US are fostering the regional hemophilia A treatment market growth. Moreover, growth noted in the biotechnology sector in the US is the major driver of the hemophilia A treatment market and is bound to influence steady growth in the region.

Industry Update
May 2019: St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and the World Federation of Hemophilia announced a strategic joint venture in order to track and supply the treatment needs for hemophilia in underserved countries. The primary plan on the agenda is to start conducting gene therapy clinical trials in low and middle-income nations.

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