MarketLooks: World Market for Etoposide

 
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Published Jan 1, 2006 | 22 Pages | Pub ID: MLK1209570

Etoposide is a semi-synthetic derivative of podophyllotoxin that falls into the vinka alkaloids class of cancer treatment. Etoposide is used to treat cancer of the testicles and certain types of lung cancer. It is also sometimes used to treat some other kinds of cancer in both men and women.

The main objective of this brief study is to report up-to-date market data on etoposide. This includes:

  • A list of currently marketed etoposide products and their manufacturers
  • Historical (2000-2005) global sales of etoposide products
  • Forecasted (2005-2010 global sales of etoposide products

The report also contains:

  • Relevant background information about etoposide and the pertaining drug classification,
  • A brief discussion of the business and clinical trends that are shaping the etoposide market in the future.

  1. Background
  2. Objectives
  3. MARKET ANALYSIS
  4. Estimated Etoposide Market by Brand and Generic Sales 2000-2010 Manufacturers’ Revenues (in millions)
  5. Trending in Etoposide Market by Brand and Generic Sales 2000-2010
  6. Estimated Etoposide Share of the World Cancer Chemotherapy Market 2002-2009 Manufacturers’ Revenues (in millions)
  7. Estimated Etoposide Share of the World Cancer Chemotherapy Market 2002-2009 Manufacturers’ Revenues (in millions) [cont.]
  8. Estimated Etoposide Share of the World Cancer Chemotherapy Market 2002-2009
  9. Market Participants
  10. Market Participants and Approvals by Approval Year and Marketing Status
  11. Trends
  12. Conclusion

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