Cutaneous T-cell lymphoma is a rare cancer that begins in WBC (T lymphocytes). The T lymphocytes are key to the immune system. In cutaneous T-cell lymphoma, the T cells develop abnormalities resulting them to attack the skin. Cutaneous T-cell lymphoma is of two types, Mycosis fungoides and Sézary syndrome. Mycosis fungoidesis the most common type of Cutaneous T-cell lymphoma diagnosed while Sézary syndrome is more aggressive type. Localized mycosis fungoides may benefit from a number of therapeutic options including intralesional steroids, radiotherapy, or surgical excision. Although many a time’s Cutaneous T-cell lymphoma is misdiagnosed as eczema, the diagnosis rate is increasing. The most common methods of diagnosis include physical exam, blood tests, skin biopsies, and imaging tests.
Cutaneous T-cell lymphoma treatment are available in many forms to patients. Some of the Cutaneous T-cell lymphoma treatment options include skin creams and ointments, light therapy, radiation therapy, medications, and bone marrow transplant. Some patients also opt for home remedies such as use of mild unscented soap, use of skin lotions, and bleach bath to treat the irritated skin. Combination chemotherapy treatment is generally not preferred for mycosis fungoides, due to the infectious complications and short response duration, outweigh the modest response rates seen in this disease.
Cutaneous T-cell lymphoma treatment when diagnosed early primarily consists of topical treatments such as retinoids, corticosteroids and chemotherapy. Some of the FDA approved cutaneous T-cell lymphoma treatment regimens include use of topical Bexarotene gel, Mechlorethamine gel, local radiation and ultraviolet light. Some of the systemic cutaneous T-cell lymphoma treatments that are approved include, Acitretin, Bexarotene capsules, Methotrexate tablets, Romidepsin, and Vorinostat.
Recent advances in cutaneous T-cell lymphoma treatment regimens many patients diagnosed with cutaneous T-cell lymphoma live a normal life.
Based on the drug type, the global Cutaneous T-cell Lymphoma Treatment treatment market is segmented into:
Based on the distribution channel, the global Cutaneous T-cell Lymphoma Treatment treatment market is segmented into:
The cutaneous T-cell lymphoma treatment market is segmented into topical products and systemic products when classified by drug type. The topical cutaneous T-cell lymphoma treatments covered include Bexarotene gel and Mechlorethamine gel. The systemic cutaneous T-cell lymphoma treatments covered include Acitretin, Bexarotene capsules, Methotrexate tablets, Romidepsin, and Vorinostat. The cutaneous T-cell lymphoma treatments market can also be segmented by distribution channel as hospital pharmacies, retail pharmacies and online pharmacies, of which hospital pharmacies is expected to hold the dominant revenue share.
Some of the factors that drive the growth of the cutaneous T-cell lymphoma treatment market include, increase in lymphoma prevalence, rise in diagnosis rate, increase in reimbursement, increasing number of generics and rise in awareness for cancer treatments. However, factors such as high cost of treatment, lack of skilled professionals, could hinder the growth of the cutaneous T-cell lymphoma treatment market.
North America and Europe dominate the global market for cutaneous T-cell lymphoma treatment. Presence of a number of pharmaceutical companies and manufacturing sites in these regions allows easy access to medicines indicated for cutaneous T-cell lymphoma treatment. Good reimbursement and high diagnosis rate drive the growth of the cutaneous T-cell lymphoma treatment market in North America and Europe. Asia Pacific is expected to grow at a significant rate due to the rise in prevalence of lymphoma in the region.
Some of the key players operating in the Cutaneous T-cell Lymphoma Treatment treatment market are Ortho Dermatologics', Teva Pharmaceuticals, Stiefel Laboratories, Inc., GSK, Helsinn Birex Pharmaceuticals Ltd., Celgene Corporation, Merck & Co., among others. Some of the common strategies followed by key players in the cutaneous T-cell lymphoma treatment market include mergers and acquisitions to increase product reach and strengthen product portfolio.
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