Recent Deadly Infection Scares at Schools Prompt Request for Information on
the MRSA Drug Market
October 22, 2007 - Waltham, Massachusetts - Recent deadly infection scares at national schools have prompted many calls into Decision Resources analyst Danielle Drayton, Ph.D. Dr. Drayton is an expert on the MRSA drug market and is available to assist in news stories that are looking for background on the drugs and players in the market.
Dr. Drayton can discuss the following: -- MRSA is one of the fastest growing segments of the antibiotic market. Expected to increase by 40% over the next ten years from 2006 level. -- MRSA had been largely generic in the past, but Pfizer's Zyvox and Cubist/Novartis' Cubicin is making inroads in this market, and up to 6 new therapies can potentially launch in the next 5 years. However, all the new drugs are administered parenterally, so there is still plenty of room for oral MRSA antibiotics. -- The infection that has been in the news was mostly a pathogen found in the hospital setting, but community acquired MRSA has become an increasingly important problem, potentially can become much worse if community strains gain more resistance. Similarly, hospital strains are becoming less susceptible to vancomycin, raising the alarm for new therapies.
Dr. Drayton is working on an upcoming MRSA report that will be published and available soon. To speak with her, please contact Liz Marshall at 781-296-2563 or email@example.com.
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PRNewswire -- Oct. 22
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