Case Study: Treatment patterns in chronic lymphocytic leukaemia (CLL)

Learn how Prospection analysed real-world data and identified a shift towards newer novel agents for chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) treatment, providing insights to support their client's launch planning, submission modelling and market preparations for their new treatment. Prospection analysed treatment patterns, time to next treatment, duration of treatment, overall survival, and patient outcomes using the Australian Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS) data, leveraging their experience in accessing and analysing oncology data in a real-world setting.

Introduction 

Chronic lymphocytic leukaemia (CLL) is a slow-growing (indolent), and usually incurable, blood cancer that causes certain cells in your body, B-cell lymphocytes or B-cells, to become cancerous.1 Although CLL is the second most common indolent blood cancer in people over 70 years of age, there is limited real-world data on patient characteristics, outcomes and treatment strategies used to manage the condition in Australia.

Our client’s challenge

In this case study, our client wanted to know if and how treatment patterns for CLL had changed over the past ten years, since the introduction of newer novel agents. The analysis focused specifically on current treatment patterns, time to next treatment (TTNT), duration of treatment, overall survival (OS) and outcomes of patients with CLL. This information would help our client understand the Australian treatment landscape and guide their medical engagement and access communications for the Australian market.

Prospection’s depth of experience accessing and analysing oncology data in a real-world setting was leveraged to evaluate and identify patient treatment profiles using Australian Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS) data.

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Case Study: Treatment patterns in chronic lymphocytic leukaemia (CLL)