The Global Cancer Biomarkers Market, by Biomarker Type (Protein Biomarkers, Genetic Biomarkers, and Others), By Cancer Type (Breast Cancer, Lung Cancer, Prostate Cancer, Kidney Cancer, Liver Cancer, and Others), by End User (Hospitals, Academic and Cancer Research Institutes, Ambulatory Surgical Centers, and Diagnostic Laboratories), was valued US$ 33.7 billion in 2017 and is projected to exhibit a CAGR of 14.2% over the forecast period (2017–2025).
Growing prevalence and incidence of various types of cancer coupled with increasing need for early diagnosis of cancers are the major factors driving growth of global cancer biomarkers market over the forecast period. Continuous research and development and technology advancements in cancer biomarkers had led to introduction of better and affordable biomarkers in the field of clinical diagnosis. For instance, according to the data published in Cell Metabolism Journal, in March 2018, a team of Australian researchers found a unique metabolic marker, which can detect adenocarcinomas, a form of lung cancer. These metabolic biomarkers respond to immunotherapies and offers simple, non-invasive blood test for early detection of lung cancer. Browse 35 Market Data Tables and 33 Figures spread through 160 Pages and in-depth TOC on "Cancer Biomarkers Market, by Biomarker Type (Protein Biomarkers, Genetic Biomarkers and Other Cancer Biomarkers), By Cancer Type (Breast Cancer, Lung Cancer, Prostate Cancer, Kidney Cancer, Liver Cancer and Other Cancers), by End User (Hospitals, Academic and Cancer Research Institutes, Ambulatory Surgical Centers, Diagnostic Laboratories) - Global Forecast to 2025"
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In February 2018, researchers at Georgetown-Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center, identified biomarkers, which can use liquid biopsies to predict response to cancer treatment and help in identifying increasingly specific subsets of GI cancers to make treatment decisions. According to the data published in the European Journal of Breast Health, in October 2017, body fluid tests can be used for early detection of new or recurrent breast cancer. This new approach includes tissue testing and body fluid analysis of individuals diagnosed with breast cancer, for more effective cancer treatment. Moreover, manufacturers are focusing on developing new cancer biomarkers, which would aid in early diagnosis of cancers and are used for oncology research studies. For instance, in November 2016, Oxford Cancer Biomarkers Ltd. introduced ColoTox test for predicting risk of toxicity with cancer chemotherapy tests. In December 2015, Olink Bioscience introduced Proseek Multiplex Oncology II96x96: 92 human protein biomarker panel for oncology research.
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