Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Exhibits Emerging Pipeline with 23 Drug Candidates

Post-Traumatic Stress DisorderThe study analysed that the PTSD pipeline comprises of 23 drug candidates in different stages of development. PTSD is a neurological disorder that develops in people who have experienced a scary or a dangerous event. PTSD can occur in a person at any age. According to the National Center of PTSD, around seven to eight out of 100 individuals experience PTSD at some point in their lives. Most of the people recover from traumatic situation naturally, but those who continue to experience problems are diagnosed with PTSD. People with PTSD are used to feel frightened even when they are not in a dangerous situation. PTSD generally occurs more often in women than men. Various collaboration between educational institutes, associations, and pharma companies are driving the therapeutic pipeline of PTSD.

Many patents have been received during the development of drug candidates for the treatment of PTSD. In May 2017, Tonix reported the issuance of patent 9 636 408 by the United States Patent and Trademark Office titled “Eutectic Formulations of Cyclobenzaprine Hydrochloride and Amitriptyline Hydrochloride,” covering the composition and manufacture of its proprietary sublingual formulation of very low dose cyclobenzaprine.

Significant growth in the therapeutic pipeline of PTSD is attributed to increasing collaboration between educational institutes, associations and pharma companies. Funds from the non-profit organizations have also been supporting the pipeline growth of PTSD therapeutics.

Some of the key players developing drugs for the treatment of PTSD include India Globalization Capital, Inc., Therapade Technologies LLC, Axim Biotechnologies, Inc. and others.

News Courtesy: P&S Market Research

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