Big Market Research adds a report titled Memory Impairment - Pipeline Review, H2 2014. The report provides detailed analysis of the market dynamics including market trends and various factors influencing the growth of the overall memory impairment therapeutics market.
The lack of a persons ability to continuously recollect information associated with numerous things in daily life including daily activities. Loss of memory or memory impairment in some cases is a chronic and progressive brain disorder which can cause permanent brain damage. The various causes that lead to impairment of memory in an individual are psychedelic drug abuse, prevalence of diseases such as epilepsy or meningitis, mental illnesses, certain forms of brain cancer or tumors and even pregnancy can cause memory impairment. Memory impairment is a widely known symptom of various neurological diseases such as Parkinsons disease, Alzheimers disease and Huntingtons disease.
There has been a rapid growth in the memory impairment drugs market since past few years. There has been arise in the demand for the drugs and therapies to treat various cases of memory impairment. There is high growth potentials for the memory impairment therapeutics market in the years to come.
The report on memory impairment market provides detailed analysis of the therapeutics development and R&D activities for the same. The report helps in decision making and in creating effective business strategies in order to gain competitive advantage. The report also strengthens the R&D pipelines as it identifies the new targets and MOAs for the production of best and first-in-class products.
The report further analyzes the competitive structure of the memory impairment therapeutic market across various geographical regions. The report profiles some of the leading players from the memory impairment market and discusses their future business development and R&D strategies.
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