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Growing Uptake of Genzyme's Aubagio at Three Months Post-Launch Is Likely Driven by Perceived Product Convenience Even As Neurologists Search to Identify Appropriate Candidates, According to a Recent BioTrends Report
Date:3/6/2013

grow to approximately 80 percent of neurologists by nine months post-launch. High product satisfaction among current prescribers, as well as continued messaging and physician and patient education, will likely contribute to future growth.LaunchTrends: Aubagio is a four-wave syndicated report series that specifically tracks the introduction of Aubagio into the market, based on data collected at one month, three months, six months and one year post-commercial availability of Aubagio from primary research with neurologists. The second wave was fielded January 11-14, 2013 with 73 U.S. neurologists followed by qualitative interviews with a subset of 15 survey respondents. Along with awareness and sources of familiarity, the reports assess neurologists' trial, adoption and usage, including anticipated future trends, of Aubagio within the MS market. The reports also provide information on product perceptions, satisfaction, obstacles to use, drivers of prescribing, patient types, displacement of competitors, Genzyme's promotional efforts and benchmarking against other previously launched MS agents.

In addition to the LaunchTrends: Aubagio report series, BioTrends will track the U. S. uptake of Aubagio in the biannual TreatmentTrends®: Multiple Sclerosis (US) report series. This syndicated primary research report series provides a view of the broader MS market landscape, including all currently approved DMAs and DMAs in late-stage clinical development.

*Source: LaunchTrends: Gilenya Wave 2, BioTrends Research Group, published February 11, 2011

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