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Commercial Insight: Antihormonal Cancer Therapies - Leading Brands Strive to Minimize Generic Sales Erosion
Date:11/8/2010

the aging population represents a large and growing patient base 32

Opportunity 2: generic sales erosion remains low in Japan 32

Opportunity 3: decrease in lag times for launch of new drugs could accelerate new launches 33

Threat 1: government-enforced biennial cuts continue to have a negative effect on market growth 33

Threat 2: healthcare proposal to change current pricing system will be of limited benefit to Japanese Pharma 34

Threat 3: encouraging decrease in lag times for launch of new drugs 34

Five major European markets (5EU) 36

Current and future market assessment 36

The antihormonals therapies market in the five European countries will show marginal growth 36

The antihormonal therapies market will grow from $2.6 billion in 2009 to $2.7 billion in 2019 in the five major European markets 38

Opportunities and threats 40

Opportunity 1: EU Cancer Task Force will improve the availability of information while generating funds for research 41

Opportunity 2: reorganization of the European Medicines Agency (EMA) expected to streamline EU regulatory process 41

Threat 1: new European drug price reductions are likely to affect pharma industry growth 41

Threat 2: higher generic uptake in less mature EU markets will impact branded sales revenues 42

Threat 3: EC inquiry into delays in generics market entry will have wide-ranging ramifications for the branded and generics industry 43

Threat 4: Spain's price cuts and reference groups are driving drug prices down 44

Threat 5: new low reimbursement rate created in France signals the growing pressure for cost-containment 44

Threat 6: NICE will remain a significant hurdle to commercialization of cancer drugs in the UK, despite relaxation of its cost-effectiveness criteria 45

Threat 7: Germany's new cost-effectiveness analysis system could add to the downward pressure on drug prices 46

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