As per the research conducted by GME, the Global Lysosomal Acid Lipase Deficiency Treatment market will grow with a CAGR value of 10 percent by 2026. Innovative research and advancements for developing reliable and cost-effective therapies, as well as the introduction of novel drugs, is expected to drive substantial expansion in the lysosomal acid lipase deficiency treatment market. Moreover, the increasing incidence of chronic diseases, as well as other uncommon disorders, is a significant driving force in the lysosomal acid lipase deficiency treatment market.
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By Treatment (Enzyme Replacement Therapy, Lipid-Modifying Agents (Statins), Surgery (Liver Transplant), and Supportive Care), By Indication (Wolman Disease (WD) and Cholesteryl Ester Storage Disease (CESD)), By Region (North America, Asia Pacific, CSA, Europe, and the Middle East and Africa); End-User, Landscape, Company Market Share Analysis, and Competitor Analysis.
Key Market Insights
· The Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) authorization of novel drugs is likely to boost commercial demand for lysosomal acid lipase deficiency treatment.
· Enzyme replacement therapy (ERT) is the leading segment as per treatment outlook owing to the high usage of Kanuma (Sebelipase Alfa).
· Wolman syndrome is leading in the indication segment because it’s an extraordinarily rare condition that affects both men and women equally.
· North America is assumed to predominate the market owing to accelerated innovative advances, drug production, and testing.
· Alexion Pharmaceutical Inc., AstraZeneca Plc., Merck & Co. Inc., Pfizer Inc., Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd., LUPIN, Lannett, Hetero Healthcare Limited, ZydusCadila, Sandoz International GmbH, BioCrickBioTech, Actiza Pharmaceutical Private Limited, among others, are the top players in the lysosomal acid lipase deficiency treatment market.
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Treatment Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion, 2021-2026)
· Enzyme Replacement Therapy
· Lipid-Modifying Agents (Statins)
· Surgery (Liver Transplant)
· Stem Cell Transplantation and Supportive Care
Indication Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion, 2021-2026)
· Wolman Disease (WD)
· Cholesteryl Ester Storage Disease (CESD)
Regional Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion, 2021-2026)
Rest of Europe
Rest of APAC
Central & South America
Rest of CSA
Middle East & Africa
Rest of MEA
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Lysosomal Acid Lipase Deficiency Treatment Market Insights
Lysosomal acid lipase deficiency is a disease related to metabolic lipid storage. It is a genetically
acquired condition described by issues including the breakdown & utilization of fats & cholesterol in the
body. For people affected with this disease, a relatively high content of fat (lipids) collects in the cells
and tissues of the body, which ordinarily causes liver illness. There are two types of lysosomal acid
lipase deficiency conditions. The most extreme start in the early stages, while the less extreme
conditions can start from youth until middle age. In the case of an extreme deficiency, just after the
baby is born, the early-onset form of accumulation process of lipids begins to grow in the body, with
the liver being the worst-hit area, leading to a number of abnormalities such as an enlarged liver,
excessive weight loss, yellowish skin, vomiting, diarrhea and inefficiency in absorbing the nutrients out
of the food.
Lysosomal acid lipase deficiency is very rare and occurs in only 1 out of 500,000 individuals (also
varies with respect to the population of the region), mostly newborn babies. The Food and Drug
Administration's (FDA) authorization of novel drugs is likely to boost commercial demand for lysosomal
acid lipase deficiency treatment. For instance, Kanuma (sebelipase alfa), an advanced enzyme
replacement therapeutic (ERT) developed by Alexion Pharmaceutical, was certified by the FDA in 2015.
As per the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) 2019, about 70% of individuals with
lysosomal acid lipase deficiencies have a risk of developing liver problems and requiring a liver
transplant. The rising prevalence rates of lysosomal acid lipase deficiency-related liver problems are
projected to drive up the requirement for liver transplants, eventually accelerating the expansion in