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Crohn's Disease: Dynamic Market Forecast to 2026
Crohn's disease is a form of inflammatory bowel disease, which is comprised of two chronic autoimmune diseases that cause intestinal inflammation: Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis. In Crohn's disease, chronic inflammation may affect any part of the gastrointestinal tract from the mouth to the anal area; however, Crohn's disease occurs most commonly in the lower part of the small intestine (ileum) and in the large intestine. The pathophysiology of Crohn's disease is complex, as the disease is characterized by recurring flares that evolve along with periods of inactivity and remission.
GlobalData estimates the 2016 sales for the Crohn's disease market at approximately $9.0 billion across the 7MM, encompassing the US, the five major European Union countries (5EU: France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and UK), and Japan. Based on insights gathered from key opinion leaders, it is anticipated that the pipeline drugs for Crohn'd disease will impact the treatment landscape. By the end of the forecast period in 2026, sales will increase to $13.8 billion at a compound annual growth rate of 4.4%. This growth will be driven by continued strong uptake of Johnson & Johnson's interleukin 12/23 (IL-12/23) inhibitor Stelara in addition to the anticipated launches of IL-23 inhibitors, anti-integrin therapies, and novel oral therapies, which will provide more treatment options for physicians to choose from. Major barriers to the growth of the Crohn's disease market during the forecasted years include patent expiries of key biologics will cause decreases in sales due to the launch of biosimilars and subsequent brand erosion, such as J&J's Remicade and AbbVie's Humira; pricing pressures and reimbursement issues; and the challenging environment for new market entrants given the established biologics market in Crohn's disease.
The Key Events covered in this Crohn's disease Dynamic Market Forecast include -
- Increased Competition for Phase III Oral Small Molecules
- Anti-interleukin Therapies to Drive Growth in the Crohn's Disease Market
- Stem Cell Therapies to Fulfill an Unmet Need in a Niche Patient Population
Components of the slide deck include -
- Timeline of market-impacting events
- Key clinical trial landscape updates
- Detailed analysis of the most impactful events, including new primary research to gain Key Opinion Leader perspective
- Overview of updates to the forecast model based on anticipated future impact of events
- Forward-looking events calendar listing expected key updates to the Crohn's disease competitive space through March 2019
Other events included in the analysis include -
- Regulatory filings
- Approval decisions
- Pricing changes
- Patent litigation
- Clinical trial data announcements
- Clinical trial failures
- Clinical trial timeline updates.
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