DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Asia Cervical Cancer Diagnostic Market, By Test Type (Pap smear, HPV DNA and VIA), Countries (Japan, Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, India, China, Thailand and Indonesia) & Forecast" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
Cervical cancer is the fourth most common cancer prevailing in women and the seventh in terms of overall cancer incidences. Cervical cancer diagnostic market in Asian region is growing and expected to cross over USD 1 Billion by 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. Despite declining women population, Japan has the highest market share in cervical cancer test market. Whereas Indonesia is dominating in cervical cancer testing population followed by China.
Growing women population, rising sum of structured cervical cancer programs introduced by governments and international NGOs and inception of low cost VIA test are some of the major growth drivers for the growth of cervical cancer test market in the developing countries.
The report titled Asia Cervical Cancer Diagnostic Market, By Test Type (Pap smear, HPV DNA and VIA), Countries (Japan, Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, India, China, Thailand and Indonesia) & Forecast provides a complete analysis of Asia Cervical Cancer Screening Market. The report provides a complete analysis of Asia Countries Cervical Cancer Test Market, Screened Population & Mortality.
Key Topics Covered:
1. Executive Summary
2. Asia Cervical Cancer Test (Screening) Analysis
3. Market & Population Share - By Countries
4. Japan - Cervical Cancer Test Analysis
5. South Korea - Cervical Cancer Tests Analysis
6. Singapore - Cervical Cancer Tests Analysis
7. Malaysia - Cervical Cancer Test Analysis
8. India - Cervical Cancer Test Analysis
9. China - Cervical Cancer Test Analysis
10. Thailand - Cervical Cancer Test Analysis
11. Indonesia - Cervical Cancer Test Analysis
12. Growth Drivers
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