Better Pain Management through New and Existing Therapies

PainNo matter how pain is defined – acute or chronic, musculoskeletal or neuropathic, as a primary or secondary condition – pain management remains a complex and subjective therapeutic area. Whether you seek to launch a new treatment for pain or assess the competitive landscape, you need to better understand the patient experience and what’s behind treatment decisions.

Make informed decisions at every stage of the journey

  • Data and analytics to uncover treatment patterns and characterize the global pain market
  • Evidence-based insights to support regulatory approval and market access
  • Guidance to differentiate your product and drive brand success
  • Insight into the pain experience and strategies to address unmet needs
  • Brand and promotional monitoring solutions to support commercial effectiveness

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Joint pain causes headache for migraine patients

migraine blog thumbnailUntil newer migraine treatments are available, there’s an opportunity for physicians to seek appropriate treatments and discuss the challenges for those experiencing comorbid arthritis in the hands and fingers, which may continue even with newer, injectable options.

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PainMPact 220x320PainMPact provides a unique, global understanding of the patients’ perspectives on pain. It's a web-resident information source that sizes and describes the complex global pain market, including the most promising drugs in development. PainMPact comprehensively covers both acute and chronic pain in more than 20 pain types across 10 key geographies.


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Epi Database ®

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Kantar Health’s Epi Database is the premier epidemiology database. It's the gold standard of epidemiology data – providing reliable, rigorous research and documentation on pain in the G7 and key emerging countries.

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