T-Cell Immunotherapy Market to Be on the Rise, Says RNCOS in Its New Topical Research Report Published at MarketPublishers.com24 Aug 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Nowadays, cancer is among the leading causes of death across the globe. Cancer incidence is expected to reach 21 million cases by the year 2030. As of 2012, thi number stood at 14 million.
Despite the existence of different conventional therapies (like chemotherapy and radiotherapy), which have been traditionally recognised as the roots to slow down the progression of cancer tumors, still there is no any complete treatment option for this severe disease. Furthermore, numerous side-effects are associated with conventional therapies.
In such circumstances, there is a great need for introduction of new effective cancer treatment option with minimal side-effects. One of such therapies is cancer immunotherapy, T-cell immunotherapy in particular. It has shown huge potential in the treatment of patients at the late stages of cancer. Over the past years, T-cell immunotherapy has become one of the most widely researched areas. The rapidly growing T-cell immunotherapy sector has already witnessed both clinical successes and critical issues, but it is expected to continue gaining traction in the years ahead.
New research study “T-Cell Immunotherapy for Cancer - Pipeline Analysis” prepared by RNCOS E-Services (RNCOS) presents an in-depth review of the ongoing scenario in the global T-cell immunotherapy market.
The research publication highlights global the current state of the global cancer treatment market as well as offers statistics (global and regional) on cancer incidence. It covers various factors affecting the market growth, provides a granular pipeline analysis of T-cell immunotherapy, touches upon various aspects of the clinical trials in the T-cell immunotherapy market, lists key ongoing projects and clinical trials. It also investigates the market competitive landscape and offers profiles of 18 top players. A comprehensive future outlook is also provided.
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