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Pharmacyclics Reports Financial Results and Recent Developments for Fiscal Year and Fourth Quarter 2011 - Conference Call Set for Today at 4:30 PM EDT
Date:9/12/2011

ecause of bone marrow or other organ toxicity are demanded.  In the aggressive lymphomas, it is our belief that the need exists for agents that can combine with standard therapies to improve cure rate, and for agents that are effective in patients that fail potentially curative therapy.

In the major pharmaceutical markets in the US, Europe and Japan, Decision Resources, Inc. estimates the following for 2011: There are 305,440 prevalent cases living with DLBCL (prevalence is defined as people living with a history of the disease at a particular point in time), with 50,180 patients estimated to be in the first line setting (these are newly diagnosed cases) and 34,320 patients estimated to be in the relapsed/refractory setting. CLL/SLL constitutes about one-third of the B-cell malignancy population. There are 172,630 prevalent cases living with CLL, with 39,390 patients estimated to be in the first line setting and 33,550 patients estimated to be in the relapsed/refractory CLL setting. Follicular lymphoma (FL) constitutes about 20% of the B-cell malignancy population and is considered an indolent, yet incurable, disease. There are 136,450 prevalent cases living with FL, with 21,050 patients estimated to be in the first line setting and 14,270 patients estimated to be in the relapsed/refractory setting.  MCL, generally an aggressive form of lymphoma, comprises approximately 5% of the newly diagnosed B-cell malignancies. There are 32,180 prevalent cases living with MCL, with 5,300 patients estimated to be in the first line setting and 4,140 patients estimated to be in the relapsed/refractory setting.

There are many distinct subtypes of B-cell malignancies; the common ones include the following: follicular lymphoma, chronic lymphocytic leukemia/small lymphocytic lymphoma, diffuse large B-cell lymphoma and mantle cell lymphoma. The NHL therapy market will experience robust annual growth (7.6% per year) and more than double in size over the years 2
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