APAC to Boost Global Radiation Therapy Market through 2021, States Koncept Analytics in Its New Research Study Available at MarketPublishers.com
27 Mar 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Radiation therapy can possibly be curative in a range of cancer types if they are localised to one area of the human body. It may also be utilised as part of adjunct therapy, to prevent tumour backset after surgical operation to take away a primary malignant swelling. Radiotherapy is synergistic with chemical therapy, and has been used previously, in the course of, and after chemotherapy in susceptible tumours.
The key factors giving a boost to the radiation therapy market comprise a hike in the incidence rates of cancer, soaring healthcare spending, booming ageing population, growing household disposable income levels and increasing replacement demand.
The integration of MRI with radiotherapy is one of the notable trends in the market.
Meantime, the serious side-effects of the treatment, expensiveness of therapy and dearth of trained workers are expected to inhibit the expansion and growth of the marketplace.
In terms of geography, the APAC region is projected to stimulate the expansion of the radiation therapy market.
Ion Beam Applications, Varian Medical Systems, Elekta AB and Accuray are the prominent market participants.
In-demand report “Global Radiation Therapy Market” elaborated by Koncept Analytics offers a shrewd, detailed assessment of the development of the market on a global scale and also presents a detailed assessment of the marketplace by regions such as North America, Latin America, Europe, and APAC. The research provides granular classification of the market by 3 key categories. The study gives true insights into key trends, growth drivers and issues confronted by the market. The top 4 players are profiled alongside their key financial metrics and growth strategies. Detailed market forecasts to 2021 are also presented in the publication.
More new market research studies by the publisher can be found at Koncept Analytics page.