Nanotechnology in Cancer Treatment
According to the National Science Foundation (NSF) the term nano refers to particles, structures, or devices having at least one dimension below 100 nm. Development, manufacturing and sale of these products have spawned a multibillion industry, commonly referred to as the nanotechnology sector. This report gives a market outlook of nanotechnology in cancer treatment and provides information on its most relevant applications. The major trends, issues and recent achievements in nanotechnology-based cancer treatment are also discussed.
- Detailed overview and current and emerging applications of nanotechnology in cancer treatment
- Analyses of global market trends, with data from 2017 to 2019, and projections of compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) through 2024
- Coverage of types of nanostructured materials, nanodevices, and nanotools used for research, diagnosis, and therapy of various types of cancer
- Information on evolving trends and patterns, recent achievements in nanotechnology-based cancer treatment, regulatory environment, and demographic shifts that influence the overall market outlook
- Strategies adopted by leading market participants within the life sciences industry, their market share analysis and key competitive landscape
Margareth Gagliardi, Chief Research Analyst in Advanced Materials for BCC Research, has more than 30 years of experience in the field of advanced materials, specializing in ceramic formulations, materials processing, and new product development. After receiving her degrees in Chemical and Ceramic Engineering, she worked in both manufacturing and R&D holding senior management positions within U.S. and European firms producing electronic, mechanical, chemical, and structural components.
She is currently focusing on market intelligence and advanced technologies analysis for organizations and research institutions that operate within a range of high-tech industries.