The American Cancer Society stated that in 2014 about 237,000 women and 2,200 men were diagnosed with breast cancer and nearly 465 men and 41,211 women in the U.S. succumbed to breast cancer. Breast cancer is the most common type of cancer, excluding non-melanoma skin cancer, among women in the U.S. Predictive gene testing is also known as presymptomatic testing. Considering the fact that this test is completed even before the early signs of the disease or disorder are yet to observed and thus enable determining person’s risk of suffering disorder or disease. Predictive breast cancer gene testing is done to identify the risk of developing the cancer in a person having a family history of this disease. Earlier detection of breast cancer helps to completely cure the patient and save the affected breast. Since the advantages of early detection of breast cancer, governmental and non-governmental organizations around the globe have started taking initiatives to spread awareness regarding the disease and early detection techniques available in their respective territories. Increasing prevalence of breast cancer is a major concern for governments that is encouraging them to conduct awareness programs to reduce the mortality rate of caused by the disease.
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Increasing incidence of breast cancer globally and initiatives taken by governmental organizations to reduce morbidity rate caused by breast cancer are factors driving the predictive breast cancer genetic testing market. However, acquisition of small market entrants by leading market players, high initial capital investments, and strict government regulations for predictive breast cancer genetic tests restrain the predictive breast cancer gene testing market.
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The global predictive breast cancer genetic testing market can be segmented into patient type, end-user, and geography. Based on patient types, the predictive breast cancer genetic testing market can be divided into family history, age group, and gender. Family history is taken into consideration due to people having breast cancer in their family are at higher risk of developing breast cancer. According to the American Cancer Society, around 13% patients diagnosed with breast cancer have a family history of this disease. According to a survey conducted by the University of North Carolina, around seven percent women are diagnosed with breast cancer under the age of 40. Prevalence of breast cancer is higher in women who are in age group between 40 and 55. Being a women is the strongest risk factor for breast cancer, though rare men also are risk of breast cancer. According to the Canadian Cancer Society, in 2015 around 220 men were diagnosed with breast cancer in Canada. In terms of end user, the predictive breast cancer genetic testing market is segmented into clinical laboratories, cancer hospitals, research laboratories.
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