Published on : Aug 22, 2017
Albany, New York, August 22, 2017: Over the past decade, substantial insight into the biological function of the tumor suppressor’s neurofibromatosis type neurofibromin (NF1) and (NF2) has been gained. Due to the growing prevalence, several physicians and scientists are dedicated to researching treatments and novel therapies for Neurofibromatoses. To further elaborate, Market Research Hub (MRH) has broadcasted a fresh report, titled “Neurofibromatoses- Pipeline Insight, 2017” to its wide research repository. This provides comprehensive insights of the ongoing therapeutic pipeline research and development for Neurofibromatoses.
Firstly, the report starts with the overview of Neurofibromatoses and its therapeutic development. Neurofibromatosis (Nf) is the most common genetic neurological disorder that is caused by a single gene. It can affect the brain, spinal cord, nerves and skin. Tumors, or neurofibromas, grow along the body's nerves or on the skin. Scientists have classified NF into two distinct types: neurofibromatosis type 1 (NF1) and NF2. Occurrences of NF1 and NF2 are present among all racial groups and affect both sexes equally. NF1 records to affect one behind each 2,000-2,500 people worldwide. It has been studied that Neurofibromatosis can't be cured, but treatments are available for signs and symptoms.
Under the therapeutic development, the pipeline overview, pipeline products for Neurofibromatoses that are under development and in the clinical stage are detailed along with product description, R&D and product development activities. Further, the study provides the therapeutic assessment of Neurofibromatoses, which assesses the target, mechanism of action, route of administration and molecule type. At present, researchers are taking efforts toward developing new drug lines for complete and effective cure for this disease, which holds positive growth prospects for the market.
The tumors are generally noncancerous (benign) but sometimes can become cancerous (malignant). Recent research has made great strides in identifying the underlying cellular and molecular mechanisms of NF1 related tumors and facilitated the use of novel therapy. The ultimate aim of treatment remains managing complications at the earliest, healthy growth of patients, and maximized survival. Neurofibromatosis type I treatment, management, and therapeutics are witnessing moderate demand globally. Moreover, the research also analyzes that the treatment aims to maximize healthy growth and development and to manage complications as soon as they arise. When neurofibromatosis causes large tumors or tumors that press on a nerve, surgery can help in ease symptoms. Some people may benefit from other therapies, such as stereotactic radiosurgery or medications to control pain.
Also, the report provides a broad understanding of the pipeline activities which comprises all clinical, pre-clinical and discovery stage products. This section provides pipeline product profiles which include product description, developmental activities, licensors & collaborators and chemical information. With this information, readers can get comprehensive understanding of the pipeline activity across this Neurofibromatoses to verbalize effective R&D strategies.
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