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Initiating Rare Disease Drug Discovery Projects
Date:9/19/2012

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Initiating Rare Disease Drug Discovery Projects

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In comparison with major diseases, the targeting of rare diseases poses many different challenges, necessitating consideration of bespoke R&D strategies for drug discovery efforts to be successful. This report examines the issues that need to be considered in the earliest stages of embarking on a rare disease project.Understand why rare diseases make attractive targets for launching new drug discovery projects.Identify the key challenges that are presented by low patient prevalences.Assess how the research strategy chosen can be influenced by the disease prevalence.Understand the importance of considering issues of similarity versus other orphan drugs.Compare the scenarios in which repurposing existing drugs offers advantages over the development of novel drugs, and vice versa.While disease prevalence has an impact on the commercial viability of a new treatment, returns are achievable even for ultra rare conditions. Rare diseases can provide sufficient opportunities for commercialization of multiple therapeutic agents. This is the case even for some ultra rare conditions such as Gaucher disease and Fabry disease.Both clinical experts and patient groups provide valuable resources in understanding a rare diseas
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