Release Date: 19-Aug-2014
The rate of HIV infection and the number of deaths due to AIDS has been on a declining note at a positive rate across the globe. It has been estimated that the death rate reduced from 2.3 million in 2005 to 1.5 in 2013, with the rates for children being even much lower. A major cause for such drastic changes in the infection rates has been the improved access to antiretroviral drugs and therapy in recent years. The access to these drugs and therapy has improved significantly, particularly in many developing countries where these drugs and treatments were previously not available at all. At present these solutions have been made accessible and affordable also.
In terms of the market, with the rising popularity of this disease and the growing efforts to combat its spread, it is most likely that an increasing number of companies would enter this market, which would, in the long run, reduce the overall cost of drugs owing to increased competition among the players. Additionally, economies of scale would also be a major factor driving down the cost of drugs targeted for the HIV virus infected people. This in turn would make the drugs and treatment options more affordable. It is expected that in the next 5-8 years, the pharmaceutical companies would focus more on the development of a successful efficient vaccine to control the spread of this disease. The allocation of resources should necessarily reflect ongoing, strategic prioritization of candidates in the pipeline.
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