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Global Proton Therapy Market: Trends & Opportunities (2013-2018)

Daedal Research
Published Date » 2014-02-01
No. Of Pages » 68
   
  
  Executive Summary  
 
   
 
 Proton therapy or proton beam therapy is a highly precise method of radiotherapy. The treatment is suitable for all patients regardless of age and as proton-therapy technology is continuously advancing, features such as rotational gantries, higher energies and larger fields have expanded the treatment's application to potentially any site in the body. IBA is the world leader and market pioneer of proton therapy. 
   
 Globally the penetration of proton therapy centers is highest in North America, mainly in the US, followed by Europe and Asia. The US retains the highest number of proton therapy centers and many are in development phase or under construction. Proton therapy technology has also made inroads in different countries as various...
Table of Content

1. Executive Summary

2. Introduction
2.1 Proton Therapy
2.2 Science of Proton Therapy
2.2 Application of Proton Therapy
2.3 Comparison of Proton Therapy with Other Treatments
2.3.1 Proton Therapy and X-ray Radiation
2.3.2 Proton Therapy and Surgery
2.4 Treatment by Proton Therapy
2.4.1 Prostate Cancer
2.4.2 Brain Cancer
2.4.3 Eye Cancer
2.4.4 Head and Neck Cancer
2.4.5 Lung Cancer
2.4.6 Bone Cancer
2.4.7 Hodgkin Lymphoma
2.4.8 Pancreatic Cancer
2.4.9 Pediatric Cancer
2.4.10 Sarcoma
2.4.11 Breast Cancer
2.5 Different Devices Used in Proton Therapy

3. Market Size of Proton Therapy Industry: Analysis and Forecast
3.1 Count of Proton Therapy Treatment Rooms Worldwide
3.2 Global Market size of Proton Therapy Device Industry
3.3 Growth in Proton Therapy Treating Rooms
3.4 Oncology Therapies Cost Comparison

4. North American Proton Therapy Market
4.1 Treatment Centers in Operation
4.2 Upcoming Treatment Centers

5. European Proton Therapy Market
5.1 Treatment Centers in Operation
5.2 Upcoming Treatment Centers

6. Asian Proton Therapy Market
6.1 Treatment Centers in Operation
6.2 Upcoming Treatment Centers

7. Market Dynamics
7.1 Growth Drivers
7.1.1 Increasing Population
7.1.2 Global GDP
7.1.3 Increasing Count of Cancer Patients
7.2 Challenges
7.2.1 Setup Costs
7.2.2 Range Uncertainty
7.3 Market Trends
7.3.1 New Technology
7.3.2 Pencil Beam Scanning

8. Competitive Landscape

9. Company Profile
9.1 IBA Proton Therapy Inc
9.1.1 Business Overview
9.1.2 Financial Overview
9.1.3 Business Strategy
9.2 Hitachi
9.2.1 Business Overview
9.2.2 Financial Overview
9.2.3 Business Strategy
9.3 Varian Medical System
9.3.1 Business Overview
9.3.2 Financial Overview
9.3.3 Business Strategy
9.4 Mitsubishi Energy and Electrical Corporation
9.4.1 Business Overview
9.4.2 Financial Overview
9.4.3 Business Strategy

List of Tables


Table 1: Treatment by Proton Therapy
Table 2: Estimate of Yearly Risk of Developing Secondary Cancer in Children after Receiving Proton, X-ray and IMRT for Different Types of Tumor
Table 3: Percentage of Patients Having Complications after Undergoing Radiotherapy for Left and Right sided Breast Cancer
Table 4: Patients Mix Treated With Proton Therapy
Table 5: Oncology Therapies Cost Comparison
Table 6: List of Operating Proton Therapy Centers in North America
Table 7: List of Operating Proton Therapy Centers in Europe
Table 8: List of Upcoming Proton Therapy Centers in Europe
Table 9: List of Operating Proton Therapy Centers in Asia
Table 10: List of Upcoming Proton Therapy Centers in Asia
Table 11: Comparison of Different Companies on the Basis of Experience and Technology

List of Figures


Figure 1: Science of Proton Therapy
Figure 2: Difference in Working of Proton Therapy and X-ray Radiation
Figure 3: Percentage of Prostate Cancer Patients Experiencing Side Effects after Proton Therapy and X-ray Radiation
Figure 4: Percentage of Prostate Cancer Patients whose PSA level after Proton Therapy and X-ray Radiation
Figure 5: Percentage of patients Experiencing Esophagus Inflammation after Proton and Photon Therapy
Figure 6: Share of People Cured by Chemotherapy in Hodgkin Lymphoma Cancer
Figure 7: Accelerator (Synchrotron)
Figure 8: Number of Proton Therapy Treating Rooms Worldwide: 2008 to 2012
Figure 9: Number of Proton Therapy Treating Rooms Worldwide Forecast: 2013 to 2018
Figure 10: Global Market Size of Proton Therapy Device Industry: 2008 to 2012 (US$ Million)
Figure 11: Global Market Size of Proton Therapy Device Industry Forecast: 2013 to 2018 (US$ Million)
Figure 12: Growth in Proton Therapy Treating Rooms: 2008 to 2012
Figure 13: Population Growth by Region: 1990-2010
Figure 14: Global GDP: 2005 to 2012 (US$ Trillion)
Figure 15: Percentage of Deaths from Cancer by Region
Figure 16: Pencil Beam Scanning
Figure 17: Market Share of Rooms in Operation by Company (2012)
Figure 18: Market Share of Rooms Sold by Company (2012)
Figure 19: Number of Proton Therapy Rooms Ordered and In Operation by Companies
Figure 20: IBA Proton Therapy Inc. Revenue: 2008 to 2012 (US$ Million)
Figure 21: IBAs Revenue Share (2012)
Figure 22: Hitachis Revenue: FY2008 to FY2012 (US$ Billion)
Figure 23: Varians Revenue: FY2008 to FY2012 (US$ Billion)
Figure 24: Mitsubishi Energy and Electrical Corporation Revenue: FY2008 to FY2012 (US$ Billion)

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