Currently, there are no standard leukemia screening methods recommended for regularly testing the leukemia affected patients. Specifically, no leukemia screening test has been reliably confirmed enough to detect the cancer in its early stages before the development of symptoms. Research and development for the leukemia screening is going on, and there is still much to be known about the exact causes of leukemia. As the understanding continues to increase, scientists are gaining a greater knowledge of possible ways to prevent, screen and treat this condition.
In the absence of a routine leukemia screening, it is important for people with some definite risk factors, like prior contact with benzene or a family history of leukemia, to be especially alert for possible symptoms, including fatigue, high temperature, night sweats, unexplained weight loss, loss of appetite, bone pain and anemia, and to consult quickly with a physician regarding anything that is unusual. In addition to a physical examination during leukemia screening, check for swollen lymph nodes and an engorged liver or spleen, a physician may ask to undergo various blood tests to get the information about the type and number of blood cells in the body. Chronic leukemia do not show any symptoms until the leukemia cells reach a definite level of accumulation, which may take months or even years. Sometimes, however, a physician can detect the presence of leukemia by evaluating the results of a standard blood test for leukemia screening. That is why, schedule regular physical examinations regularly to evaluate the overall health. The leukemia can be caused by both genetic and non-genetic factors. It is better to prevent the occurrence of leukemia or detecting it in the early stage itself.
Leukemia is commonly caused because of the exposure to radiations, changing lifestyle, genetic mutations, and environmental conditions. Leukemia cases are more commonly found in adults and are observed to develop with aging. Thus, increasing aging population and high occurrence of leukemia are the factors rising the leukemia screening market. Also, novel advancements and R&D in the oncology sector and growing number of biotechnology companies, may also expected to boost the market growth. Increasing patient awareness regarding most recent technological innovations, introduction of novel therapies and promising products in pipeline are the factors expected to further drive the leukemia screening market growth during the forecast period. However, highly costly drugs, diagnostics and treatments with large number of market barriers at the entry level are some of the challenges faced by the leukemia screening market.
Globally, North America has a prominent leukemia screening market followed by Europe because of increasing awareness in patients, technological advancements, supportive regulatory regulations and a sorted healthcare infrastructure. The market in Asia Pacific is expected to grow due to the prevalence of unmet needs. Improving healthcare infrastructure and increase in the R&D investments will promote the leukemia screening market in Asia Pacific. Middle East Africa and Latin America leukemia screening market are projected to grow significantly due to rising disposable income and increasing prevalence of leukemia.
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Currently, the global leukemia screening market is highly competitive owing to the involvement of many established players. Some of the key players in the global leukemia screening market are Abbott, Abbvie, GE Healthcare, Siemens Healthcare, Philips Healthcare, Toshiba Medical Systems, Hitachi Medical Systems, Varian Medical Systems, Shimadzu Corporation and Others.
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