Diabetes Drug Market Pipeline and Therapeutics Development Drugs Profiles | By Type of Diabetes – Type-1 and Type-2 | Healthy Growth of 6.38% by 2023

“Diabetes Drug Market”
Global Diabetes Drug market Information, by Type, by administration, by end users (Diabetes mellitus patients and Diabetes insipidus patients) – Forecast to 2023

The Global Diabetes Drug Market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 6.38% during forecasted period 2018 -2023.

Diabetes is a metabolic disorder in which the body glucose level is elevated. There are two type of diabetes namely type-1 diabetes and type-2 diabetes. During last decade there is a tremendous increase in the number of diabetic population. According to International Diabetes Federation, in 2016, it was estimated that 420 million adult population were suffering from diabetes which is increasing at the rate of 8.4% and is expected to reach 625 million by 2040. A number of different types of drugs are available in the market however, no available treatment can cure diabetes totally. The global diabetic drug market is majorly driven by increasing number of diabetic population. According to research, smoking increases the possibility of diabetes; more than 60% of the global population smokes, this has increased the risk of diabetes and contributed to the growth of the market. Moreover, increasing obese population, increasing healthcare expenditure, and strong encouragement from the government have also contributed to the growth of the market. To meet the increasing demand for the drugs government of different countries are providing support to manufacturers. Increasing government support will help to boost the market in coming future. However, cost issues, strict regulatory rules and long approval time for drugs may led to restrain the growth of the market.

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Competitive Analysis:

The major key player for the global diabetic drugs market are Eli Lilly (US), Novo Nordisk (Denmark), Abbott (US), AstraZeneca (UK), Biocon (US), Sunpharma (India), Sanofi (France), Novartis (Switzerland), Merck & Co. (US), Pfizer (US), Daiichi Sankyo (Japan), Boehringer Ingelheim (Germany), Akros Pharma (US), Amgen (US), Adocia (France), Peptron (South Korea), Takeda (Japan)


Global diabetic drug treatment is segmented on the basis of type of diabetes into type-1 and type-2. On the basis of route of administration they are segmented into oral, intravenous and other. On the basis of drug class they are insulin, sensitizers, SGLT-2 inhibitors, alpha-glucosidase inhibitors, secretagogues, peptide analogs and others and on the basis of end users they are segmented into hospital, retail pharmacy and other.

On the basis of drug class, Sensitizers are sub segmented into thiazolidinediones and biguanides. Secretagogues are further sub segmented into sulfonylureas and non-sulfonylureas

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Brief TOC   

1    Report Prologue   

2    Market Introduction   

2.1    Definition   

2.2    Scope of the Study   

2.2.1    Research Objective   

2.2.2    Assumptions   

2.2.3    Limitations   

3    Research Methodology

3.1    Introduction

3.2    Primary Research   

3.3    Secondary research   

3.4    Market Size Estimation

4    Market Dynamics

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