Infectious diseases in the developing world - Preventative and Diagnostic advances (TechVision)
Infectious diseases that are caused by major pathogenic microorganisms such as viruses and bacteria pose severe public health challenges for individual governments. the International Health Regulations set up by the World Health Organization aims to cut down the risk of transfer of such infections across borders and limit the spread of disease. The research study on infectious diseases covers a range of diseases such as HIV, Ebola, Tuberculosis, Dengue, HPV, Malaria and HCV, which plague the developing regions currently. Additionally, the aim of this research service is to understand the existing diagnostics in the detection of these diseases as well as the diagnostic and preventative advances from key innovators that focus on regions of Africa, Asia and Latin America severely affected by infectious diseases. Apart from mapping the drivers and challenges that hold key to success of the diagnostics market for infectious diseases, the research study also details the healthcare structure, access and technology adoption in these three regions. Finally, the last three sections present the funding scenario, opportunity evaluation and IP landscape of key participants in the study.
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