Epidermolysis bullosa Market Size is Anticipated to Accelerate with a CAGR of 5.67% in the 7MM for the Study Period 2017-30

Epidermolysis bullosa Market Size is Anticipated to Accelerate with a CAGR of 5.67% in the 7MM for the Study Period 2017-30

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LAS VEGAS, Nov. 18, 2020

- Epidermolysis bullosa market's evaluation sees a steep surge in the market growth owing to the launch of pipeline therapies that are expected between 2021-24, elevated R&D, and an increase in the funding from international support organizations

LAS VEGAS, Nov. 18, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- DelveInsight's 'Epidermolysis bullosa (EB) Market Insights' report offers a comprehensive and thorough description of the disease, its epidemiological trends, treatment landscape, and market trends, opportunities and constraints in the 7MM ( the United States, EU5 (Germany, France, Italy, Spain, and the United Kingdom) and Japan) for the study period 2017-30.

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Epidermolysis bullosa is a group of heterogeneous congenital skin conditions that causes varying degrees of blisters. An error or mutation in the keratin or collagen gene that is at least a group of at least 18 genes encoding structural proteins, causes the condition. The condition is usually diagnosed in babies and children; however, this does not rule out the possibility of adults developing Epidermolysis bullosa. 

The external appearance of the skin gives a clear indication of the condition, however, laboratory tests such as skin biopsy, genetic, and prenatal testing confirm its diagnosis. It is of several types, however, there are four major types of EB, depending on the location of the target proteins and level of the blisters: EB simplex (EBS), junctional EB (JEB), dystrophic EB (DEB), and Kindler syndrome. Out of the total Epidermolysis bullosa prevalent cases estimated to be 41,509 in 2017, the majority of the cases were contributed by EBS followed by DEB and JEB. 

Epidermolysis bullosa Market Report proffers 3-year historical as well as 11-year forecasted epidemiological analysis segmented into: 

Epidermolysis bullosa Market Landscape

The present Epidermolysis bullosa treatment market is limited to palliative care. The primary goal of the available treatment regimen is to prevent blisters and manage wounds. Different treatments are used depending on the type of EB. Local treatment of the skin (and mucosa) is part of daily care. Vaseline or silicone-coated non-stick lattice-structured gauze dressings, for example, a Sofratulle dressing, as well as self-adherent bandages and tube bandages are good options for dressing skin defects. In addition to wound management, attention must also be paid to optimizing nutrition and dental health, minimizing deformity, ophthalmic complications, and genitourinary problems. To manage pain, OTC medications are prescribed. In the case of chronic pain, pain medications such as amitriptyline, gabapentin, or pregabalin may be prescribed.  For severely-affected patients, long-acting opioids can be beneficial. Antihistamines, gabapentin, pregabalin, TCA, serotonin-norepinephrine uptake inhibitors (SNRIs), and other non-traditional antipruritic agents are considered for itch treatment.

There is neither EB-specific medication nor standard cure to address the underlying condition. Available medications are ineffective in reducing morbidity and mortality due to complications of the disease. The available medications are also known to cause side effects. Further, the presence of multiple wounds of varying duration and ability to heal makes the management of EB difficult and complex. 

However, the present EB market scenario offers immense opportunities for pharmaceutical companies to exploit the market. The increasing attention towards the genetic, rare skin condition is anticipated to yield dramatic results in transforming the Epidermolysis bullosa market landscape. Several pharma companies in the Epidermolysis bullosa market are exploring novel therapeutics to transform the EB treatment landscape. Key pharma players, such as Fibrocell Technologies, Castle Creek Pharmaceuticals, RegeneRx, Amryt Pharma, Abeona Therapeutics, Krystal Biotech, Shionogi, among others, are developing therapies that are in different stages of clinical development for the treatment of EB. The launch of FCX-007 (Fibrocell Technologies), CCP-020 (Castle Creek Pharmaceuticals), RGN-137 (RegeneRx/Lenus Therapeutics), AP-101 (Amryt Pharma), EB-101 (Abeona Therapeutics), KB103 (Krystal Biotech), and S-005151 [Redasemtide] (Shionogi) is expected to drive the Epidermolysis bullosa drugs market during the forecasted period (2020–2030). The shifted focus towards strengthening the Epidermolysis bullosa pipeline is expected to bolster the development of novel and effective treatments without side effects. Furthermore, an increase in funds for R&D to augment understanding of epidermolysis bullosa shall drive the EB market growth in the next decade. 

Epidermolysis bullosa Emerging Pipeline Therapies 

Scope of the Report

Table of Contents 

 

1

Key Insights


2

Executive Summary of Epidermolysis bullosa


3

Epidermolysis bullosa Market Overview at a Glance


4

Disease Background and Overview: Epidermolysis bullosa


5

Epidermolysis bullosa Case Reports


6

Epidermolysis bullosa Epidemiology and Patient Population


7

Country Wise-Epidemiology of Epidermolysis Bullosa



  • The United States Epidermolysis bullosa Epidemiology 
  • EU5 Epidermolysis bullosa Epidemiology
  • Japan Epidermolysis bullosa Epidemiology



8

Epidermolysis bullosa Treatment and Management 


9

Epidermolysis bullosa Unmet Needs


10

Epidermolysis bullosa Emerging Therapies


11

Failed Therapies for Epidermolysis bullosa (EB)


12

7MM Market Outlook


13

US Epidermolysis bullosa Market Outlook


14

EU5 Epidermolysis bullosa Market Outlook


15

Japan Epidermolysis bullosa Market Outlook


16

Epidermolysis bullosa Market Drivers


17

Epidermolysis bullosa Market Barriers


18

SWOT Analysis


19

Epidermolysis bullosa Reimbursement and Market Access


20

Recognized Establishments


21

KOL Views


22

Appendix


23

DelveInsight Capabilities


24

Disclaimer


25

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