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Cancer Profiling Market Volume Analysis, Segments, Value Share and Key Trends 2018-2028

October 17, 2019 by Amanpreet  

According to the study, cancer profiling market revenues continue to remain consolidated in North America. Of the estimated new cases, breast cancer accounts for over 15% and colorectal cancer for about 8% new cases. As breast and colorectal cancers are few of the leading causes of death in North America, collectively they register nearly 70% of total regional cancer profiling revenues.

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The study estimates that Europe represents the second most significant demand for cancer profiling and accounts for over four fifth of the global revenues. Rising incidences of cancer, EU’s proactive efforts to promote cancer screening and use of best practices to improve the quality are responsible for the significant investments in cancer profiling space in Europe.

Fact.MR finds that APEJ will register significant utilization of cancer profiling in coming years on the back of rising awareness and adoption of improved tools for cancer identification.

According to the study, breast cancer is expected to take maximum advantage of cancer profiling as compared to other cancer types. After lung cancer, breast cancer is the second most leading cause of new cancer cases.

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Globally, national governments are actively engaged in generating awareness regarding the prevention and diagnosis of breast cancer. As cancer profiling applications remain higher in breast cancer diagnosis, a significant fall in breast cancer mortality shows promising diagnosis and improved treatment.

Colorectal cancer is also categorized among one of the leading causes of new cancer cases and cancer deaths. The study finds that followed by breast cancer, a significant utilization of cancer profiling can be observed in colorectal cancer.

Fact.MR study estimates that hospitals account for a significant share of the cancer profiling market followed by diagnostic centers. Increasing establishments of multi-speciality hospitals with in-house diagnostic centers are driving the growth of cancer profiling market in hospitals. A considerable utilization of cancer profiling is also found in research laboratories and cancer research institutes.

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