Hereditary AngioEdema: Targeting Niche Indications Fetches A Premium

Hereditary AngioEdema (HAE) is a rare, severely debilitating, and potentially life-threatening genetic disease characterized by spontaneous and recurring attacks of edema (swelling) in various parts of the body. While abdominal HAE attacks, caused by the swelling of the intestinal wall, can lead to severe pain, attacks affecting the hands, face, throat, and feet can be fatal. Patients suffer an average of 12 attacks per year, each enduring about two to five days if left untreated. Although approximately 10,000 patients in the…

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