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MarketsandMarkets: Global Autoimmune Treatment Market Worth US$68.81 Billion by 2014
Date:9/1/2009

fects of the global meltdown are given careful consideration when forecasting the market. As autoimmune disorders still have no permanent cure, more and more pharmaceutical companies are making significant R&D investments into finding treatments for autoimmune diseases, are also focusing on finding the causes behind the disease, which again are unknown.

The overall market for the treatment of autoimmune disorders is analyzed into the submarkets for applications, products, services, and technologies. The application market is further classified into the treatment markets for systemic autoimmune diseases and localized autoimmune diseases. The applications market is dominated mostly by rheumatoid arthritis under the systemic disease segment, while multiple sclerosis is the major application market under the localized disease segment. These two disorders account for 75% of the total applications market. The other major diseases analysed under the application market are psoriasis, lupus, type I diabetes, inflammatory bowel disease, and thyroid disorders, which together account for 15%-20% of the global applications market.

The product market is classified on the basis of the drugs, diagnostic equipments, therapeutic and monitoring equipment. Drugs form the largest segment of the products market, with major drugs such as NSAID, DMARD, biologic DMARD, Avonex, Rebif, Copaxone, Betaseron, and 5-ASA. The services market consists of consultation and diagnosis, therapy and monitoring, and drug development. The wide and increasing prevalence of autoimmune diseases is boosting the drugs market along with the therapy and monitoring market; along with the fact that almost all autoimmune diseases are chronic and have no permanent cure.

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The report provides market overviews, market forecasts, market drivers and restraints for the autoimmune treatment market. In addition, the report
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