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World Anticoagulants Market to Exceed $12 Billion by 2015, According to New Report by Global Industry Analysts, Inc.
Date:10/30/2008

Driven by patent expiries, development of novel therapeutics, and the rapidly aging population, the world market for anticoagulants is projected to exceed $12 billion by 2015. With just two therapy classes - vitamin K antagonist and heparin injectables, dominating the market, there exist enormous opportunities and interest in developing advanced, patient friendly anticoagulants.

San Jose, CA (PRWEB) October 30, 2008 -- The unmet medical needs of available anticoagulants offer ample scope for development in the world anticoagulants market. Continuous research and development is expected to result in novel therapies with superior therapeutic efficiency, and minimum side effects. These advanced therapeutics offer promising market prospects. Exanta, for instance, represents a cutting edge direct thrombin inhibitor that flaunts the potential to kindle demand patterns, dethrone warfarin's dominance, and challenge the supremacy of low molecular weight heparins. Identification of new indications for existing, and emerging therapies is expected to help open up brighter prospects for further growth.

Factor Xa inhibitors (oral and injectable) and direct thrombin inhibitors (oral and injectable) are among the new class of thrombin antagonists that are being evaluated for both existing as well as newer indications. Development of products for specific market niches, like, anticoagulation therapies for ischemic stroke, is additionally expected to result in expanded opportunities. Patent expiries of drugs like "Coumadin" offer a lucrative business case for generic drug manufacturers. Favorable demographic patterns, like the rapidly aging world population is expected to drive demand patterns, given the tendency of aging individuals to develop vari
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