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Case study: Opportunity Assessment for a Rare Disease Product in Emerging Markets

Using in-depth-interviews to determine how to maximise the commercial opportunities in different emerging markets
We have recently produced a guide to conducting effective market research in rare diseases, based on our experience in a broad number of disease areas.

Our client had a product indicated for a rare Haematology disease. Whilst this product was successfully launched in over 40 countries globally, it had a limited presence in many emerging markets. Our client needed to conduct market research in order to determine how to maximise the commercial opportunities in each of these different emerging markets.

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http://www.researchpartnership.com/news/2015/11/case-study-opportunity-assessment-for-a-rare-disease...  

6th January 2016

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