Yearly Archives : 2014

A look into…Epilepsy

With approximately 1 in 100 people affected by epilepsy, at some point in their lives, this disease can be in the back of many people’s minds, not just in the UK but also globally. Here at Black Swan we have segmented Epilepsy patient population over 150 times to give you…

QUANTIFYING THE MARKET POTENTIAL FOR A NEW PHARMACEUTICAL GRADE DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING AGENT

On December 4, 2014, In Case Studies, Tags
There is currently no industry standard database for Europe that identifies the location of PET/CT imaging sites and potential commercial cyclotron manufacturing sites. Unlike the US, the European market is fragmented with no true Pan-European manufacturing provider. As PET imaging technology transitions from a research-driven environment to a more commercially-driven one, much of this information is incomplete or not easily available for these markets.

An exciting line up of speakers have been announced for the BHBIA Winter Seminar 2014

On November 25, 2014, In News, Tags ,

‘Are You Being Served?’ The BHBIA Winter Seminar, taking place on December 5th, Royal College of Physicians, will be chaired by Chris Ehinger (BHBIA Treasurer & Black Swan Analysis) and Paul Ward (BHBIA Deputy Chair & Sanofi). The theme for the day will be customer satisfaction and the importance of…

A look into…Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis

October has been a busy month for Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis (IPF) with ‘World IPF Week 2014’ and the FDA recent approval of two new therapeutics, Ofev (nintedanib) and Esbriet® (pirfenidone), for treating this rare disease. With a growing interest by the industry to develop new healthcare solutions in the area,…

A look into…Pulmonary Hypertension

The Pulmonary Hypertension Association marks November as its Pulmonary Hypertension (PH) awareness month. Awareness of rare and life-threatening diseases, such as PH, may lead to a higher survival rate for these patients in future years, and progress has already been seen for PH survival statistics in the last 20 years….