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Cancer Supportive Care Drugs Market Size, Share & Trends Analysis Report By Therapeutic Class (G-CSFs, Bisphosphonates, Antiemetics, Opioids, NSAIDs, ESAs), By Region, And Segment Forecasts, 2019 - 2026
|Published by||Grand View Research, Inc.||Product code||820533|
|Published||Content info||110 Pages
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|Cancer Supportive Care Drugs Market Size, Share & Trends Analysis Report By Therapeutic Class (G-CSFs, Bisphosphonates, Antiemetics, Opioids, NSAIDs, ESAs), By Region, And Segment Forecasts, 2019 - 2026|
|Published: June 27, 2019||Content info: 110 Pages||
The global cancer supportive care drugs market size is projected to reach USD 22.9 billion by 2026, as per a new report by Grand View Research, Inc. It is expected to progress at a CAGR of 1.0% over the forecast period. Supportive care in cancer focuses on prevention and management of symptoms and side-effects associated with cancer and its treatment.
Key side effects caused by cancer treatment include anemia, neutropenia, nausea and vomiting, pain, and bone metastasis. Rise in the number of people suffering from the effects of anti-cancer therapies will drive the market, globally. The higher efficacy of supportive care drugs, such as colony stimulating factors (G-CSFs), opioid analgesics, erythropoietins, and antiemetic drugs, among others is anticipated to drive growth of the global cancer supportive care drugs market. High efficiency of these drugs in controlling the adverse effects of cancer and its treatment is projected to drive the demand in near future.
G-CSFs and ESAs therapeutic classes are witnessing a fundamental shift from biologics to biosimilars. The market for cancer pain, chemotherapy induced nausea and vomiting, and cancer induced bone diseases will grow significantly during the forecast period, due to new product launches and high unmet needs. The cancer pain market is estimated to witness a shift from opioids to non-opioids therapies. The shift will be backed by patent loss, high mortality, addiction, and major safety issues associated with narcotic agents.