Stem Cells Market and Applications, 2009-201512 Nov 2010 • by Natalie Aster
London – “The stem cell market is expected to witness a substantial growth in the upcoming years, with a CAGR of 24.2%, globally. Although North America will likely post highest market value by 2015, Asian economies are expected to maintain large CAGR of 27 percent during 2010-2015. The higher growth rate indicates improved industry investments in the Asia-Pacific region in comparison with North America and Europe, going ahead.”
The report “Stem Cells Market and Applications, 2009-2015” by Axis Research Mind delivers a microscopic overview of major product segments and therapeutic areas of stem cells market, regionally. The stem cells product segments includes adult stem cells, cord blood stem cells, embryonic stem cells and others while stem cells therapeutic areas includes bone & cartilage, cardiac, skin, diabetes, blood disorders, neuro, cancer, digestive system, drug development, eyes, injuries, reproductive system and others.
Stem Cells Market and Applications, 2009-2015
Published: July 2010
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Global stem cells market is forecasts to reach US$63.8 billion by 2015 from an estimated value of US$21.5 billion in 2010, exhibiting a triple fold growth rate during the period 2010-2015. The major therapeutic use in stem cells market is classified into oncology, cardiology, and bone & cartilage. Among the therapeutic areas, neurology is forecasts to exert highest support to the stem cells market growth with a CAGR of 24.4% during 2010-2015. Hematology and diabetes are expected to lead the stem cell market during 2010-2015.
Improving health consciousness in Europe will likely maintain the stem cell market of the European Union competent with Asia-Pacific/North America. India possesses the potential to occupy the leading position in stem cell market growth with a CAGR exceeding 28 percent through 2015. Spain, Sweden and Germany are anticipated to top among the European countries with an annual compounded growth rate of more than 27 percent respectively through 2010-2015. Latin American countries will not likely experience a massive growth rate in comparison with North American/Asian economies. Overall, emerging economies could tag higher growth rate stem cells market in the next few years.
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