Cervical Cancer Test Market Analysed & Forecast by iGATE Research in Its Cutting-Edge Report Recently Added at MarketPublishers.com
26 Jul 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Today, cervical cancer is one of the most prevalent types of cancer affecting female population worldwide. In the majority of cases, the disorder is attributed to genital Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) infection. Cervical cancer is a disease with long latent period, therefore, early detection and treatment of precancerous lesions are very important.
The dearth rate owing to cervical cancer has decline in many developed nations, as a result of increasing adoption of screening procedures like HPV testing and Pap test.
The world’s cervical cancer test market is gaining traction propelled by escalating prevalence of the disease, aging female population, enhancing awareness of cervical cancer screening programs, favourable government initiatives and introduction of low-cost VIA tests. Still, the market faces certain challenges, for example, poor healthcare infrastructure in some regions and low awareness of cervical cancer screening.
At the present day, APAC and North America are competing closely to capture the maximum share of the cervical cancer test population.
The cutting-edge research study “Cervical Cancer Test Market & Screening Population Analysis, By Screening Type (Pap Smear, HPV DNA, VIA) - Global Forecast to 2022” worked out by iGATE Research contains a comprehensive analysis of the market and its segments. it reviews the current scenario across the major geographies, highlights the market dynamics, uncovers valuable info on the main growth restraints and drivers, outlines the top opportunities and threats. Besides, this report offers vital data on the existing cervical cancer tests, identifies the most prominent players in the market, covers the competitive pressures and also gives an all-round future outlook for the cervical cancer test market up to 2022.
Many other cutting-edge research reports prepared by the publisher are presented in the iGATE Research catalogue.