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MarketVIEW: Cocaine dependence vaccines

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Cocaine is a highly addictive natural alkaloid where users experience a short-term feeling of energy and euphoria. The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) estimates 0.3-0.5% of the world population aged 15-64 years used cocaine in 2009, corresponding to 14.3-20.5 million people. Potential adverse effects associated with cocaine use our cardiovascular disturbances, new logical effects, gastrointestinal complications and sudden death due to cardiac arrest/seizures. It is estimated that cocaine was involved in about 5100 deaths in the US in 2008.

There are currently no FDA-approved medications to treat cocaine addiction , although behavioural treatments have been proven to be effective in some cases. Some investigators are investigating a cocaine vaccine which would stimulate anti-cocaine antibody production, sequester the drug in the blood circulation and reduce the associated euphoric effects.

This MarketVIEW product is a comprehensive commercial opportunity assessment detailing the potential market for a cocaine dependence vaccine with a patient based value/volume forecast for the major seven markets to 2030. Two target product profiles (TPP) are forecasted with differing efficacy levels/administration profiles. The analysis also gives an up-to-date review of worldwide epidemiology/guidelines/classifications and an overview of current research and development in the field.


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