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Gastrointestinal Disorders Therapeutics to 2016 - High Unmet Needs Triggering Strong Growth in Crohn's Disease and Irritable Bowel Syndrome Markets Now Available at ReportsandReports
Date:6/28/2010

25 5.4.3 Diagnosis Population 26 5.4.4 Prescription Population 27 5.4.5 Threapy Usage Patterns 28 6 Global Gastrointestinal Disorder Therapeutics Market: European Market 30 6.1 Market Overview 30 6.2 Market Forecasts 30 6.3 Annual Cost of Treatment 31 6.4 Usage Patterns 32 6.4.1 Diseased Population 32 6.4.2 Treatment Seeking Population 33 6.4.3 Diagnosis Population 34 6.4.4 Prescription Population 35 6.4.5 Therapy Usage Patterns 36 7 Global Gastrointestinal Disorder Therapeutics Market : Japan Market 38 7.1 Market Overview 38 7.2 Market Forecasts 38 7.3 Annual Cost of Treatment 39 7.4 Usage Patterns 40 7.4.1 Diseased Population 40 7.4.2 Treatment Seeking Population 41 7.4.3 Diagnosis Population 42 7.4.4 Prescription Population 43 7.4.5 Therapy Usage Patterns 44 8 Global Irritable Bowel Syndrome Therapeutics Market 46 8.1 Market Overview 46 8.2 Market Forecasts 46 8.3 Annual Cost of Treatment 48 8.4 Usage Patterns 49 8.4.1 Diseased Population 49 8.4.2 Treatment Seeking Population 50 8.4.3 Diagnosis Population 51 8.4.4 Prescription Population 52 8.4.5 Threapy Usage Patterns 53 8.5 Product Analysis 54 8.5.1 Lotronex (Alosetron) 54 8.5.2 Amitiza (Lubiprostone) 55 8.5.3 Colpermin (Peppermint Oil) 55 8.5.4 Bentyl (Dicyclomine hydrochloride) 55 8.6 Drug Pipeline Analysis 56 9 Global Ulcerative Colitis Therapeutics Market 57 9.1 Market Overview 57 9.2 Market Forecasts 57 9.3 Annual Cost of Treatment 59 9.4 Usage Patterns 60 9.4.1 Diseased Population 60 9.4.2 Treatment Seeking Population 61 9.4.3 Diagnosis Population 62 9.4.4 Prescription Population 63 9.4.5 Threapy Usage Patterns 65 9.5 Product Analysis 66 9.5.1 Asacol 66 9.5.2 Lialda 66 9.5.3 Pentasa 66 9.5.4 Apriso 67 9.5.5 Colazal 67 9.5.6 Remicade 67 9.5.7 Azulfidine 67 9.6 Drug Pipeline
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