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Pharmaceutical & Diagnostic Innovation

, Volume 3, Issue 2, pp 14–16 | Cite as

Probing the Future

Emerging Technologies
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Late 2002, Abbott Laboratories’ Humira® (adalimumab) became the first fully human therapeutic monoclonal antibody (mAb) approved in the US. Since then, of the five therapeutic mAbs that have received US FDA approval, none are human mAbs. A look at mAbs in the pipeline suggests that the next approval of a human mAb might not occur until 2006 ( table I). However, with 16 therapeutic mAbs approved in the US over the past six years, and the potential for a doubling in the number of approved mAbs, market analysts are anticipating a tripling of the global market over the next 5 years.[ 1] They are projecting the global market for mAbs to reach $US16.7 billion in 2008.

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Bevacizumab Remicade Trastuzumab Cetuximab Adalimumab 
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References

  1. 1.
    Reichert J, Pavlou A. Monoclonal antibodies market. Nature Rev. Drug Discov 2004; 3(5): 383–4CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  2. 2.
    Adhikari R. Finding opportunities in therapeutic monoclonal antibodies. New York: Frost & Sullivan, 2004. Available from URL: http://frost.com/ [Accessed 2004 Jun 9]

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