Hemophilia is a rare bleeding disorder caused by deficiency of clotting factors such as VIII and IX. It is an X-linked recessive disorder, which is more prevalent in males than in females. It is estimated that it affects around 400,000 people per year. The two major types of hemophilia are A and B. Hemophilia A, also called as classical hemophilia or factor VIII deficiency hemophilia, is caused by deficiency of clotting factor VIII. It is transmitted genetically from parent to child during birth. Recombinant clotting factors or plasma-derived clotting factors are being developed for the treatment of this disorder.
The analysts forecast global hemophilia A drugs market to grow at a CAGR of 6.25% over the period 2014-2019.
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This report covers the current scenario and the growth prospects of the global hemophilia A drugs market for the period of 2015-2019. To calculate the market size, the report considers revenue generated from the sales of various drugs used in the treatment and prevention of hemophilia A. In this report, the market is also segmented based on the type of therapy.
The report, Global Hemophilia A Drugs Market 2015-2019, has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with inputs from industry experts. The report covers APAC, Europe, and Americas; it also covers the landscape of the global hemophilia A drugs market and its growth prospects in the coming years. The report includes a discussion of the key vendors operating in this market.
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- Development of drugs with prolonged action
- High cost of therapy
- Advances in technology
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