Gene therapies’ single administration nature presents a unique commercial challenge for biopharmaceutical companies; unlike traditional small molecule or biologic therapies that can be dosed chronically or repeatedly on an “as needed” basis, the one-time per patient administration of a gene therapy means that as time passes, the eligible population decreases in size.
In this white paper, Trinity Life Sciences’ cell and gene therapy experts explore the unique opportunities that life sciences executives can utilize to unlock eligible patient populations and maximize potential revenues within a competitive market.
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- The key market drivers and product factors that contribute towards gene therapy opportunity
- How to prepare for launch, including patient identification, site selection and therapy acceptance
- The unique pricing and access environment
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