Published in Law and Health Weekly, April 21st, 2007
The global antibacterial market, valued at $25.5 billion in 2005, is highly mature. Modest growth (CAGR 2001-2005: 5.1%) is fuelled by ageing, immunosuppression and emerging resistances, especially in the hospital and former niche markets (e.g. MRSA). The community market, however, is facing a value loss following the patent expiries of several blockbusters (e.g. Pfizers Zithromax) in 2005.
Keywords: Antibiotics, Research and Markets.
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