Asian Breast Cancer Screening Market to Cross USD 4 Bn by 2022, Expects Renub Research in Its New Report Recently Added at MarketPublishers.com
20 Jul 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Escalating breast cancer awareness, rising government and NGOs support of breast cancer screening programs and also ageing women population will likely propel the Asian breast cancer screening market in the coming years. This regional market is set to exceed USD 4 billion by the year 2022. Japan, Korea and China are expected to be the leading contributors to the Asian breast cancer screening market growth.
However, this market also faces a number of challenges including certain cultural barriers, misconceptions and societal fear. One more considerable challenge faced by almost all Asian countries is the lack of national level screening programs, however, regional or partial screening programs are available in some of these countries.
China is an unrivaled leader in the Asian breast cancer screening market. The country controls around three fourth of the regional market primarily owing to large women population.
Mammogram is the top method used for breast cancer screening in the Asian region. Other popular methods include ultrasound and MRI.
The new research report “Asia Breast Cancer Screening Market (Mammography, MRI & Ultrasound) Forecast” created by Renub Research provides an all-round overview of the regional market performance, sheds light on the market scenario and dynamics, discusses the main market growth drivers and limiters, reviews the emerging opportunities and challenges. Besides, the report includes important market performance estimates, updated statistics and data on competitive landscape and top companies. It includes detailed analyses of the country-wide markets for breast cancer screening in the Asian region. In addition, the research study outlines future growth prospects and presents forecasts through 2022 for the Asian breast cancer screening market.
Many other in-demand research reports by this publisher are at hand in the Renub Research catalogue at MarketPublishers.com.