The European atopic dermatitis (AD) market has entered a new era. In 2017, IL-4/13 inhibitor Dupixent (Sanofi/Regeneron) became the first targeted biologic to be approved for moderate-to-severe AD, adding a costly new dynamic to a treatment landscape hitherto entrenched with largely generic topical agents and systemic immunosuppressants. With IL-13 inhibitor tralokinumab (AstraZeneca/Leo Pharma), JAK inhibitor abrocitinib (Pfizer), and PDE-4 inhibitor Eucrisa (Pfizer) poised to further revolutionize the traditionally low-cost AD market, this research explores the evolving reimbursement and uptake environment in France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and the UK as payers and prescribers strive to balance clinical need with substantial budgetary constraints.
European Access & Reimbursement provides integrated brand-level and country-specific analysis of primary market research conducted with payers and prescribers examining reimbursement dynamics and evaluating the impact of payer policy on prescribing behavior.
France, Germany, Italy, Spain, United Kingdom
KEY DRUGS COVERED
Prescription topical corticosteroids, topical calcineurin inhibitors, conventional systemic treatments, Dupixent, tralokinumab, abrocitinib, Eucrisa