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US Proton Therapy Market Analysis to 2017
Date:6/24/2013

DUBLIN, June 24, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/h6nxfj/us_proton_therapy) has announced the addition of the "US Proton Therapy Market Analysis to 2017" report to their offering.

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According to most Oncologists, about 60% of all cancer patients undergo some sort of radiation therapy during their course of treatment. Despite advances in technology for radiation therapy, a majority of these patients suffer from side effects of traditional radiation treatment. Currently prevalent radio therapy methods like X-Ray/IMRT etc. also cost pretty high in the long run.

In this context, Proton Therapy, the latest innovation in the field of radio-oncology, answers all the problems related to radiation therapy. The technology is expected to eventually replace the traditional methods of radiotherapy in the future and thus, holds immense market potential for players in the industry.

The report, US Proton Therapy Market Analysis to 2017, presented in 30 slides, provides an extensive research and in-depth analysis of the current status and future outlook of the US proton therapy market. A thorough analysis has been carried on the various parameters concerned with the existing and upcoming proton therapy centers in the US. The report offers state-wise potential for the industry players and provides conservative market estimates till 2017.

As per our research, Procure is the leading service provider and accounts for the major chunk of proton therapy market in the US. From an equipment provider's perspective, IBA has the maximum proton accelerators installed in the facilities. The report further delves into the anticipated t
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