DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Global
Cervical Cancer Screening Market & Patients, by Test Type (Pap Smear,
HPV DNA, VIA), 19 Countries Analysis & Forecast" report has
been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
Global Cervical Cancer Screening Market is projected to reach US$ 7 Billion by the year 2024
Cervical cancer affects the lower part of the uterus (womb). Cervical
cancer generally occurs in women over 30 years. It is mostly caused by
the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Virus. Cervical cancer is the fourth most
common cancer prevailing in women and the seventh in terms of overall
Increasing cervical cancer prevalence rate is one of the key factors that drive the cervical cancer screening market. Rapidly increasing female population, growing incidence of HPV infections and increasing awareness about cervical cancer screening programs are also expected to drive the cervical cancer screening market in the near future.
The report provides a complete analysis of Global Cervical Cancer Test Market, Screened Population & Mortality.
The report Cervical Cancer Screening Market' has been studied from 3 major viewpoints
Cervical Cancer Screening Market:
- Pap Smear Tests Market
- HPV DNA Tests Market
- VIA Tests Market
Cervical Cancer Test Population:
- Pap Smear Test Population
- HPV DNA Test Population
- VIA Test Population
Cervical Cancer Mortality Population
In this section number of deaths by cervical cancer in all the 19 countries from 2011 to 2017 has been captured.
Key Questions Answered in the Report:
- What will be the Cervical Cancer Screening Market by 2024?
- How many women will be screened for Cervical Cancer in the recent future?
- Which country has the maximum and least market share in Cervical Cancer Screening Market?
- What will be the Pap Smear Screening Tests Market by 2024?
- What will be the HPV DNA Screening Tests Market by 2024?
- In which Region, Visual Inspection with Acetic Acid (VIA) Screening Tests is growing.
- How many deaths have occurred due to cervical cancer in each country from 2011 to 2017
For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/ppb9pj/global_cervical?w=4