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Spinal Muscular Atrophy | Landscape & Forecast | Disease Landscape & Forecast

Spinal Muscular Atrophy | Landscape & Forecast | Disease Landscape & Forecast

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Spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) is an autosomal recessive disease characterized by progressive muscle weakness due to the loss of anterior horn motor neurons. Nearly all cases of SMA are caused by homozygous deletion of mutation of the SMN1 gene. SMA ranges widely in severity, and symptom onset usually occurs during childhood. In its most serious form, SMA is lethal in infancy. Until recently, no treatments existed for SMA. Biogen/Ionis’s antisense therapy Spinraza now offers a targeted treatment option for SMA patients, and several exciting pharmacological (e.g., Roche’s RG-7916) and gene (Novartis/AveXis’s AVXS-101) therapies are in late-stage development, seeking to capitalize on pressing unmet treatment need in this devastating condition.

Questions Answered

  • How large is the treatable SMA population and how will its size change between 2017 and 2027?
  • What is the current state of treatment in spinal muscular atrophy? How many patients within each disease subtype are receiving Spinraza?
  • What clinical needs remain unfulfilled?
  • What pipeline products are viewed by spinal muscular atrophy treatment providers as most promising, and what sales/uptake will they achieve in spinal muscular atrophy? Which notable early-stage therapies are progressing through development?
  • What are the drivers and constraints in the spinal muscular atrophy market, and how will the market evolve over the forecast period?

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  • Pub Date: September 2018
  • Author(s): Ian Love, PhD; Johnson Olabisi, MBBS, MSc
  • Ian is an analyst on the Infectious, Niche, and Rare Diseases team at Decision Resources Group, specializing in niche and rare diseases. Ian conducts primary and secondary research to gauge the market landscapes of these diseases, thoroughly analyzing disease etiology, current treatments, unmet need, and emerging therapies expected to impact their respective markets. He received his doctorate in biomedical sciences from the University of Massachusetts Medical School and his in cell & molecular biology from the Worcester Polytechnic Institute. Prior to joining Decision Resources Group, Dr. Love was an Instructor in the Department of Internal Medicine at Virginia Commonwealth University.

  • Johnson joined Decision Resources Group (DRG) in 2015 and with the Epidemiology team develops epidemiological populations forecasts for different infectious and non-communicable diseases with his particular interests in the oncology space. Prior to joining DRG, he trained as a community physician where he was involved in primary (patient) care, primary health care and various community research & activities. He has also supervised and coordinated various governmental and non-governmental public health projects. Johnson holds a Masters of Science in Public Health (Health Economics) degree from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine with a Masters in Epidemiology and Medical Statistics & a Medical degree from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria.  

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