Hemophilia B is a genetic disorder caused by a deficiency in clotting factor IX. Current treatment is dominated by factor IX replacement therapies (in non-inhibitor patients) and bypass agents (in inhibitor patients). The main goal of factor IX prophylaxis and bypass agent treatment is to improve patients’ quality of life by reducing the frequency and severity of bleeding episodes. The hemophilia B therapy market is expected to transform over the next 10 years owing to the entry of several nonfactor and gene therapies. Supported by insights garnered from thought-leader interviews conducted by Clarivate, we analyze the current and future treatment of hemophilia B and the competitive landscape and identify key unmet needs and market drivers and challenges.
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Geography: United States
Primary research: Three KOL interviews from February 2023
Key companies covered: Centessa Pharmaceuticals, CSL Behring, Freeline Therapeutics, Grifols, HEMA Biologics, Medexus Pharmaceuticals, Novo Nordisk, Pfizer, Sanofi, Takeda
Key drugs covered: AlphaNine, Alprolix, BeneFIX, concizumab, FEIBA, fidanacogene elaparvovec, fitusiran, Hemgenix, Idelvion, IXinity, marstacimab, NovoSeven, Profilnine, Rebinyn, Rixubis, SerpinPC, Sevenfact, verbrinacogene setparvovec