Japan Proton Therapy Market (Actual & Potential), Patients Treated, List of Proton Therapy Centers and Forecast to 2022
Japan proton therapy market is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of around 18% during the period 2017 – 2022. The number of proton therapy centers is continuously increasing in Japan. Still, it is believed that players will miss out on a majority of cancer patients who can benefit with proton therapy, overlooking a huge multi-Billion-dollar potential market. The number of patients treated with Proton Therapy is very low whereas; the potential candidates for proton therapy are huge.
Mitsubishi is the leading player in proton therapy market in Japan. However, other players like IBA, Hitachi, Sumitomo etc. have also started to make their presence felt in the market. Mitsubishi Electric has installed systems at 9 of the proton therapy facilities in Japan.
iGATE RESEARCH report titled “Japan Proton Therapy Market (Actual & Potential), Patients Treated, List of Proton Therapy Centers and Forecast to 2022” provides a comprehensive assessment of the fast-evolving, high-growth Proton Therapy Market.This 69 Page report with 21 Figures and 5 Tables has been analyzed from 5 View Points:
1. Actual and Potential Proton Therapy Market (2003 - 2022) 2. Actual and Potential Candidate for Proton Therapy Treatment (2003 - 2022) 3. List of Proton Therapy Centers 4. Proton Therapy Company Analysis 5. Proton Therapy Market - Drivers and Challenges
Japan Proton Therapy - Company Analysis
1. Mitsubishi 2. IBA 3. Hitachi 4. Sumitomo
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