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Date:6/28/2010

Figure 28: Gastrointestinal Disorder Therapeutics Market, Japan, Treatment Seeking Population, 2001-2016 41

Figure 29: Gastrointestinal Disorder Therapeutics Market, Japan, Diagnosis Population, 2001-2016 42

Figure 30: Gastrointestinal Disorder Therapeutics Market, Japan, Prescription Population, 2001-2016 43

Figure 31: Gastrointestinal Disorder Therapeutics Market, Japan, Usage Patterns, 2001-2016 44

Figure 32: Irritable Bowel Syndrome Therapeutics Market, Global, Revenue ($m), 2001-2016 47

Figure 33: Irritable Bowel Syndrome Therapeutics Market, Global, Annual Cost of Treatment, 2001-2016 48

Figure 34: Irritable Bowel Syndrome Therapeutics Market, Global, Diseased Population, 2001-2016 49

Figure 35: Irritable Bowel Syndrome Therapeutics Market, Global, Treatment Seeking Population, 2001-2016 50

Figure 36: Irritable Bowel Syndrome Therapeutics Market, Global, Diagnosis Population, 2001-2016 51

Figure 37: Irritable Bowel Syndrome Therapeutics Market, Global, Prescription Population, 2001-2016 52

Figure 38: Irritable Bowel Syndrome Therapeutics Market, Global, Usage Patterns, 2001-2016 53

Figure 39: Irritable Bowel Syndrome Therapeutics Market, Global, Pipeline by Phases, 2009 56

Figure 40: Ulcerative Colitis Therapeutics Market, Global, Revenue ($m), 2001-2016 58

Figure 41: Ulcerative Colitis Therapeutics Market, Global, Annual Cost of Treatment,
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