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Published on : Jun 23, 2017

Albany, New York, June 23, 2017: Dealing with innovation in hematological cancers, the report is titled “ First-in-Class Innovation in Hematological Cancers - Cytokine Signaling and Kinase Targeted Immunotherapies Dominate a Large and Highly Versatile Pipeline,” and is available for sale on the company website. Besides identifying the most lucrative prospects, the report also warns market players against potential threats. The report also follows the growth trajectory of targeted immunotherapies in a large and highly versatile pipeline. It is thus intended to help stakeholders gain a comprehensive overview of the hematological cancer market and gather relevant idea regarding the latest innovations and research and development (R&D) efforts. 

The American Cancer Society (ACS) has predicted that almost 173,000 new cases of cancer will be identified by the end of 2017, with lymphomas emerging as the most prevalent type. Bearing in mind the degree of crossover among hematological malignancies due to their underlying pathophysiology, it is not rare for products developed under this therapy category to undergo a development program testing across multiple indications. The report evaluates the first-in-class and versatile innovations in the hematological cancer pipeline. For readers to gain a better perspective it also highlights key trends in product distribution. The report reveals that the therapeutic pipeline for hematological cancer is one of the most innovative in the industry. The pipeline includes nearly 477 first-in-class products.

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The treatment administered to patients of hematological malignancies has significantly evolved in the last fifteen years. This is attributable to the development of innovative targeted therapies. These developments are facilitated by the increased understanding of the indicative pathways in disease pathogenesis. For instance, Rituxan approved in 1997, is used in the treatment of diverse hematological malignancies such as Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. The analysis reaffirms that the current therapeutic pipeline is in cohesion with the trend as it has continued to focus on innovative targeted therapies. 

The versatile first-in-class targets are comprised within the pipeline. Among these, Cytokine signaling targets hold the common place, with 548 across various stages of development, trailed by kinases. These targeted categories boast the maximum number of targeted immunotherapies, which are chief focus of development activities within oncology. According to the report 1,474 products are currently in active development, which in indicative of a considerably large pipeline. The study assess the potential effect of the pipeline innovation on the hematological cancer market. 

To present insights into the prevailing competitive landscape, the report includes profiles of various competitions in the hematological cancers market. Their global presence is gauged based on distribution network and regional footprint. Key strategies adopted by the market players enabling growth in the overall market are evaluated as well. Besides this, the report is intended to envisage the hematological cancer market’s composition, based on types and targets and dominant molecule. It also highlights the prevailing unmet needs and recommends ways of addressing them. 

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