Type 2 Diabetes Inadequately Controlled with Diet and Exercise (First-Line Drug Treatment) | Decision Base | US/EU | 2014

When Metformin Is Not a Therapeutic Option, What Treatments Hold Greatest Appeal to Physicians and Payers?

Affecting more than 30 million people in the United States alone, type 2 diabetes is a critical public health concern. Although diet and exercise are key initial and ongoing management strategies, drug treatment is inevitable for almost all patients. Metformin dominates the first-line drug treatment space, but some patients are unable to take metformin. Moreover, there is a trend way from the traditional stepwise approach to managing type 2 diabetes and toward individualizing therapy. With a broad and increasing range of treatments available, and a growing prevalence of disease, there is significant market opportunity for alternative first-line treatments.

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