Biodefense refers to the measures taken to restore biosecurity of a group of organisms that are subject to, or are likely to be subject to, biological threats or infectious diseases. It is an effective public health care system with strong disease surveillance and rapid actions designed to counter biological threats, to limit the spread of disease and provide medical surge.
Every year, the governments of North American countries spend heavy amounts on the R&D of vaccines to stay prepared for any bioterrorism attacks. For instance, in 2018, the US government released the National Biodefense Strategy and Implementation Plan, the National Security Strategy, the National Defense Strategy, and the National Counterterrorism Strategy, and the National Counter WMD Strategy, all of which include biosecurity and biodefense. In addition, the US government is also preparing for Global Health Security Strategy and supporting the development of a 2024 framework of the Global Health Security Agenda, which involves prevention, detection, and response to natural, accidental, and intentional biological threats.
The Executive Order 13887, “Modernizing Influenza Vaccines in the United States to Promote National Security and Public Health,” focuses on creating the National Influenza Vaccine Task Force to reform the domestic influenza vaccine enterprise in the US and also guides certain federal agencies to make specific actions toward achieving the goal. The Order provides budget of US$ 95 million that was higher than that compared to the 2020 enacted level, across Health and Human Services (HHS) for influenza vaccine manufacturing infrastructure and innovation, advanced research and development of improved vaccines, therapeutics and diagnostics, international pandemic preparedness, and improved vaccine coverage nationwide. Also, the budget covers the HHS biodefense and emergency preparedness procurement through the BioShield program and the Strategic National Stockpile. Further, it includes the budget of US$ 175 million, with a hike of US$ 50 million compared to the 2020 enacted level to support the global health security activities of the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
In 2004, the United States Congress passed the Project BioShield Act, calling for USD 5 billion investments for purchasing vaccines, which can be used in the event of bioterrorist attacks. This act was designed to acquire medical countermeasures to biological, chemical, radiological, and nuclear agents for civilian use. Various biosecurity-related initiatives have been planned, particularly in the matured markets, such as North America. For example, in 2017, more than 50 public and private sector biosecurity stakeholders engaged in a meeting in Johns Hopkins Center, Washington DC, for making recommendations toward the National Biodefense Strategy and Implementation Plan. As the government engages in the consolidation of current and future policies, the pharmaceutical companies operating in the biodefense market have considerable opportunities to expand and be prepared for bioterrorism. For instance, Spero Therapeutics, an antibiotic developer, has received US$ 15.7 million in federal research funding from Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority for its oral carbapenem-class candidate, SPR994. The funding was meant to be directed toward evaluating the drug's effectiveness against biological threats, including anthrax, plague, and melioidosis. In addition, Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority also includes provisions for up to an additional US$ 28.5 million over the next five years, and it would also support Spero's clinical development of SPR994, which is effective against complicated urinary tract infections caused by drug-resistant bacteria.
In 2019, the anthrax segment accounted for the largest market share in the North American biodefense market, based on product, that further estimated to mark the highest CAGR in the market during 2020-2027.
A few of the significant primary and secondary sources referred to while preparing this report on the biodefense market include the CDC, Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Health and Human Services (HHS), National Health Service (NHS), and Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI).
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1.1 Scope of the Study
1.2 Report Guidance
1.3 Market Segmentation
1.3.1 North America Biodefense Market - By Product
1.3.2 North America Biodefense Market - By Country
2. North America Biodefense Market - Key Takeaways
3. Research Methodology
3.2 Secondary Research
3.3 Primary Research
4. North America Biodefense Market - Market Landscape
4.2 PEST Analysis
4.2.1 4.2.1 Biodefense Market - North America PEST Analysis
4.3 Expert Opinion
5. North America Biodefense Market - Key Market Dynamics
5.1 Key Market Drivers
5.1.1 Presence of Favourable Government Initiatives
5.1.2 Increase in the Number of Naturally Occurring Outbreaks
5.2 Key Restraints
5.2.1 Limited Reach of Biodefense Organizations
5.3 Key Market Opportunities
5.3.1 Increasing Adoption of Technologies
5.4 Future Trend
5.4.1 Predictive Analytics to Reshape Biodefense Market
5.5 Impact Analysis
6. Biodefense Market - North America Analysis
6.1 North America Biodefense Market Revenue Forecasts and Analysis
6.2 Market Positioning of Key Players
7. North America Biodefense Market Analysis and Forecasts To 2027 - By Product Type
7.2 Biodefense Market Revenue Share, by Product (2019 and 2027)
7.1.2 Anthrax: Biodefense Market - Revenue and Forecast to 2027 (US$ Million)
7.2 Small pox
7.2.2 Small pox: Biodefense Market - Revenue and Forecast to 2027 (US$ Million)
7.3.2 Botulism: Biodefense Market - Revenue and Forecast to 2027 (US$ Million)
7.4.2 Radiation/Nuclear: Biodefense Market - Revenue and Forecast to 2027 (US$ Million)
7.5.2 Others: Biodefense Market - Revenue and Forecast to 2027 (US$ Million)
8. Biodefense Market Revenue and Forecasts To 2027 - Geographical Analysis
8.1 North America Biodefense Market Revenue and Forecasts To 2027
8.1.2 North America: Biodefense Market - Revenue and Forecast to 2027 (USD Million)
8.1.3 North America: Biodefense Market, by Product, 2018-2027 (USD Million)
8.1.4 North America: Biodefense Market, by Country, 2019 & 2027 (%)
8.1.5 US: Biodefense Market - Revenue and Forecast to 2027 (USD Million)
220.127.116.11 US: Biodefense Market - Revenue and Forecast to 2027 (USD Million)
18.104.22.168 US: Biodefense Market, by Product Type, 2018-2027 (USD Million)
8.1.6 Canada: Biodefense Market - Revenue and Forecast to 2027 (USD Million)
22.214.171.124 Canada: Biodefense Market - Revenue and Forecast to 2027 (USD Million)
126.96.36.199 Canada: Biodefense Market, by Product Type, 2018-2027 (USD Million)
8.1.7 Mexico: Biodefense Market - Revenue and Forecast to 2027 (USD Million)
188.8.131.52 Mexico: Biodefense Market - Revenue and Forecast to 2027 (USD Million)
184.108.40.206 Mexico: Biodefense Market, by Product Type, 2018-2027 (USD Million)
9. North America Biodefense Market Industry Landscape
9.2 Growth Strategies in The Biodefense Market, 2016-2020
9.3 Inorganic Growth Strategies
9.4 Organic Growth Strategies
10. COMPANY PROFILES
10.1 Bavarian Nordic
10.1.1 Key Facts
10.1.2 Business Description
10.1.3 Products and Services
10.1.4 Financial Overview
10.1.5 SWOT Analysis
10.1.6 Key Developments
10.2 Alnylam Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
10.2.1 Key Facts
10.2.2 Business Description
10.2.3 Products and Services
10.2.4 Financial Overview
10.2.5 SWOT Analysis
10.2.6 Key Developments
10.3 SIGA Technologies
10.3.1 Key Facts
10.3.2 Business Description
10.3.3 Products and Services
10.3.4 Financial Overview
10.3.5 SWOT Analysis
10.3.6 Key Developments
10.4 Emergent BioSolutions Inc.
10.4.1 Key Facts
10.4.2 Business Description
10.4.3 Products and Services
10.4.4 Financial Overview
10.4.5 SWOT Analysis
10.4.6 Key Developments
10.5 Cleveland Bio Labs
10.5.1 Key Facts
10.5.2 Business Description
10.5.3 Products and Services
10.5.4 Financial Overview
10.5.5 SWOT Analysis
10.5.6 Key Developments
10.6 Dynavax Technologies
10.6.1 Key Facts
10.6.2 Business Description
10.6.3 Products and Services
10.6.4 Financial Overview
10.6.5 SWOT Analysis
10.6.6 Key Developments
10.7 Elusys Therapeutics, Inc.
10.7.1 Key Facts
10.7.2 Business Description
10.7.3 Products and Services
10.7.4 Financial Overview
10.7.5 SWOT Analysis
10.7.6 Key Developments
10.8.1 Key Facts
10.8.2 Business Description
10.8.3 Products and Services
10.8.4 Financial Overview
10.8.5 SWOT Analysis
10.8.6 Key Developments
10.9.1 Key Facts
10.9.2 Business Description
10.9.3 Products and Services
10.9.4 Financial Overview
10.9.5 SWOT Analysis
10.9.6 Key Developments
10.10.1 Key Facts
10.10.2 Business Description
10.10.3 Products and Services
10.10.4 Financial Overview
10.10.5 SWOT Analysis
10.10.6 Key Developments
11.1 About the Publisher
11.2 Glossary of Terms
- Bavarian Nordic
- Alnylam Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
- SIGA Technologies
- Emergent BioSolutions Inc.
- Cleveland Bio Labs
- Dynavax Technologies
- Elusys Therapeutics, Inc.
- Pluristem Therapeutics