Transparency Market Research has published a new report, titled “Thalassemia Therapeutics Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2017 – 2025.” Thalassemia is a kind of hereditary blood disorder where an abnormal haemoglobin is created by the human body and this results in the loss of large blood cells which causes anaemia. Thalassemia refers to a genetic disorder and is a result of genetic deletion or mutation of a particular gene. The Offspring may have minor thalassemia if only one parent is carrying the gene but if both the parents carry the gene then there are high chances of the offspring having a serious form of anaemia. In total there are three kinds of thalassemia, eg, beta thalassemia, alpha thalassemia, and thalassemia minor, and their treatment varies according to the seriousness. When a patient is infected with beta thalassemia, his body is unable to generate beta globulin. Beta and alpha thalassemia are more dangerous than thalassemia minor. A few symptoms of this are dark urine, pale skin, frequent fatigue, bone deformities.
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During the assessment period, the global thalassemia therapeutics market is predicted to grow at a significant rate. According to the World Health Organization, the existence of anaemia is higher in malaria endemic places. In some places, the existence of the disease has become a public issue. Growing awareness, along with improvements and technologies like stem cell therapy, increased expenditure in healthcare, and promising pipeline is predicted to carry forward this market during the years 2017 to 2025. Plus, the government has undertaken initiatives that create awareness of thalassemia and this is predicted to drive the growth of this market in the years to come, eg- registry and surveillance system for hemoglobinopathies (RUsH) , which collects information from affected ones. RUsH was a result of collaboration with Centers for Disease Control and prevention (CDC) in 2010. Although, expensive treatments, lacking awareness in developing economies, as well as the absence of medical coverage can hamper this market during the assessment period.
This market is divided on the basis of drug class, type, region, and distribution channel. On the basis of type, this market is divided into beta thalassemia, alpha thalassemia and thalassemia minor. The beta thalassemia division is predicted to hold the largest share of this market during the years 2017 to 2025, because of higher prevalence in comparison to other forms and high seriousness. On the basis of drug class, this market is divided into chelating agents, antidotes, antimetabolites, as well as others. On the basis of distribution channel, this market is segmented into drug stores and eCommerce, and retail stores. The e-commerce sector is predicted to have a significant market share towards the end of 2025.