Home / Intelligence / Scientific Publications / Unmet Need Associated With Available Therapeutic Options For Management Of Dyspareunia Related To Genitourinary Syndrome Of Menopause: A Systematic Literature Review
Genitourinary syndrome of menopause (GSM) is a chronic, progressive condition affecting up to 60% of post-menopausal women in the United States. Dyspareunia, or pain with sexual intercourse, has been recognized as one of GSM’s most bothersome symptoms. Despite high prevalence and availability of treatments, many women are not adequately managed, and unmet need remains. The objective of this systematic literature review was to characterize the unmet need.
S.S. Faubion, S.S. Karkare, K.R. Hennegan, N. Hadker, B.R. Robinson, M.Z. Lim-Watson
ISPOR Meeting, May 2019
Treatment preferences among health care providers in the United States in selecting disease modifying therapies for multiple sclerosis: a discrete choice experiment study
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Burden of cremophor-related paclitaxel therapy on patients with ovarian cancer: A patient focused study from the United Kingdom, Germany, and Spain.
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