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美國的質子治療市場上機會分析

US Proton Therapy Market Opportunity Analysis

出版商 KuicK Research 商品編碼 320376
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 87 Pages
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美國的質子治療市場上機會分析 US Proton Therapy Market Opportunity Analysis
出版日期: 2014年12月04日 內容資訊: 英文 87 Pages
簡介

美國有14處質子治療中心,不過,其數量預計至2020年超過24處。質子治療中心市場及這些設施的需求,由癌症診斷數促進而增加著。

本報告提供美國的質子治療市場相關調查,市場概要,對象患者與基礎經濟能力分析,質子線療法的成本分析,醫療費償付政策,基礎設施分析,美國的市場動態,運作中&預定運行的質子治療中心相關洞察等彙整資料,為您概述為以下內容。

第1章 質子治療的簡介

第2章 質子治療及其他放射線治療比較

第3章 質子治療市場概要

  • 目前市場情況
  • 質子治療的成本分析
  • 質子治療的醫療費償付政策

第4章 對象患者基礎&經濟能力分析

  • 癌症發病率:各州、性別
  • 潛在患者基礎
  • 實際的經濟能力

第5章 美國的質子治療中心基礎設施分析:治療室及質子加速器

  • 目前質子治療中心
  • 質子治療中心的需求

第6章 美國的質子治療市場動態

  • 有利的市場指標
  • 應解決的主要課題
  • 未來的成長機會

第7章 運作中的質子治療中心

  • CDH Proton Center
  • Hampton University Proton Therapy Institute
  • James M. Slater Proton Treatment and Research Center
  • Indiana University Health Proton Therapy Center
  • M.D. Anderson Cancer Center's Proton Center
  • MGH Francis H. Burr Proton Therapy Center
  • SCCA Proton Therapy, A ProCure Center
  • Scripps Proton Therapy Center
  • S. Lee Kling Proton Therapy Center
  • Provision Center for Proton Therapy
  • ProCure Proton Therapy Center (New Jersey & Oklahoma City)
  • Roberts Proton Therapy Center
  • University of Florida Proton Therapy Institute

第8章 預定即將運作的質子治療中心

  • Texas Center for Proton Therapy
  • UF Health Cancer Center
  • The McLaren Proton Therapy Center
  • Mayo Clinic Proton Beam Therapy Program
  • Proton Therapy Center at First Coast Oncology
  • Willis-Knighton Health System
  • Maryland Proton Treatment Center
  • Emory Proton Therapy Center
  • Dallas Proton Treatment Center

第9章 質子治療設備供應商

  • IBA Proton Therapy
  • Optivus Proton Therapy
  • Hitachi Proton Therapy
  • Mevion Proton Therapy
  • Varian Proton Therapy

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目錄

Proton beam therapy is seen as the next great leap forward in treating cancer with radiation. It has been found that proton therapy is beneficial for tumors surrounded by sensitive structures such as the eye, brain, and spinal cord, where the organs are sensitive and there is high potential for radiation damage. Proton therapy is also very useful in childhood cancer treatment due to the high risk of long-term side effects in children during standard radiation treatment. The major advantage is that there is minimal or no side effects compared to conventional forms of radiation which makes this therapy much more easily tolerated than standard radiation therapy.

Proton therapy is applied to a specific area of the patient's body which means that this therapy can be used to shrink tumors that have not spread to other parts of the body. Tumors adjoining sensitive and critically important tissues such as the optic nerves that travel between the eye and brain need protection from radiation damage and such cases are best treated with proton therapy. Doctors now use proton therapy exclusively or in conjunction with standard radiation therapy, surgery, and/or chemotherapy. In children that are infected with cancer, proton therapy is particularly useful for treatment because it reduces the chance of harming healthy, developing tissue. Proton therapy can also be used in children for rare cancers of the central nervous system (brain and spinal cord) and the eye, such as retinoblastoma and orbital rhabdomyosarcoma.

In US, there are 14 proton therapy centers catering to a potential patient base of more than 350,000 cancer patients with respect to treatment with proton therapy. This number is expected to cross 24 by 2020. This number of centers, though not sizable, still points to a huge multi Billion dollar potential market for the companies, though there would still be a majority of cancer patients who can likely benefit with proton therapy, but who may have fallen off the map.

The market for proton therapy centers and the demand for these facilities are growing driven by the number of cancer diagnoses. Of this prostate cancer that has about 186,320 patient additions a year has seen a favorable impression of the therapy. There are also other positive aspects in this scenario such as that of the Loma Linda facility which has been using protons to treat men with prostate cancer since 1991 and found that major rectal and urinary side effects occur among less than 1% of its patients. The absence of such risks associated with other radiation treatments or surgery is a major driving factor driving the demand for proton therapy among patients.

In the US the way forward for proton therapy is expected to be in establishing a nationwide network of proton facilities, given that so many cancer patients lack access to the technology. In doing this the role of the corporate and private medical sector would be equal or more than the academic proton centers which their own issues to grapple with. Another area of development that will promote growth in this sector is that of proton beam technology itself which is rapidly advancing. We can expect to see American centers upgrading to intensity modulated proton beam therapy that will make it more accurate.

“US Proton Therapy Market Opportunity Analysis” Report Highlight:

  • US Proton Therapy Market Overview
  • Targeted Patient Base & Economic Capacity Analysis
  • Proton Therapy Cost Analysis
  • Proton Therapy Reimbursement Policy
  • Proton Therapy Center Infrastructure Analysis
  • US Proton Therapy Market Dynamics
  • Insight on Operating & Upcoming Proton Therapy Centers

Table of Contents

1. Introduction to Proton Therapy

  • 1.1. What is Proton Therapy?
  • 1.2. Need for Proton Therapy
  • 1.3. How Proton Therapy Works
  • 1.4. Proton Therapy Center Component Analysis
    • 1.4.1. Proton Accelerator
    • 1.4.2. Beam Transport System
    • 1.4.3. Beam Delivery System
    • 1.4.4. Proton Beam Nozzle
    • 1.4.5. Treatment Planning System
    • 1.4.6. Image Viewers
    • 1.4.7. Patient Positioning System
    • 1.4.8. Human Resource
<>2. Proton Therapy Compared With Other Radiation Therapies

3. US Proton Therapy Market Overview

  • 3.1. Current Market Scenario
  • 3.2. Proton Therapy Cost Analysis
  • 3.3. Proton Therapy Reimbursement Policy

4. Targeted Patient Base & Economic Capacity Analysis

  • 4.1. Cancer Incidence by State & Gender
  • 4.2. Potential Patient Base
  • 4.3. Actual Economic Capacity

5. US Proton Therapy Center Infrastructure Analysis: Treatment Rooms & Proton Accelerator

  • 5.1. Current Proton Therapy Centers
  • 5.2. Demand for Proton Therapy Centers

6. US Proton Therapy Market Dynamics

  • 6.1. Favorable Market Parameters
  • 6.2. Key Issues to be Resolved
  • 6.3. Future Growth Opportunities

7. Operating Proton Therapy Centers

  • 7.1. CDH Proton Center
  • 7.2. Hampton University Proton Therapy Institute
  • 7.3. James M. Slater Proton Treatment and Research Center
  • 7.4. Indiana University Health Proton Therapy Center
  • 7.5. M.D. Anderson Cancer Center's Proton Center
  • 7.6. MGH Francis H. Burr Proton Therapy Center
  • 7.7. SCCA Proton Therapy, A ProCure Center
  • 7.8. Scripps Proton Therapy Center
  • 7.9. S. Lee Kling Proton Therapy Center
  • 7.10. Provision Center for Proton Therapy
  • 7.11. ProCure Proton Therapy Center (New Jersey & Oklahoma City)
  • 7.12. Roberts Proton Therapy Center
  • 7.13. University of Florida Proton Therapy Institute

8. Upcoming Proton Therapy Centers

  • 8.1. Texas Center for Proton Therapy
  • 8.2. UF Health Cancer Center
  • 8.3. The McLaren Proton Therapy Center
  • 8.4. Mayo Clinic Proton Beam Therapy Program
  • 8.5. Proton Therapy Center at First Coast Oncology
  • 8.6. Willis-Knighton Health System
  • 8.7. Maryland Proton Treatment Center
  • 8.8. Emory Proton Therapy Center
  • 8.9. Dallas Proton Treatment Center

9. Proton Therapy Equipment Suppliers

  • 9.1. IBA Proton Therapy
  • 9.2. Optivus Proton Therapy
  • 9.3. Hitachi Proton Therapy
  • 9.4. Mevion Proton Therapy
  • 9.5. Varian Proton Therapy

List of Figures:

  • Figure 3-1: US Proton Therapy Market, (US$ Million) 2012-18
  • Figure 3-2: US Proton Therapy Market Potential at Variable Patient Treatment Rate (US$ Billion)
  • Figure 3-3: Investment & Rooms in Proton Therapy Center
  • Figure 3-4: US Proton Therapy Cost and Comparisons
  • Figure 3-5: US Proton Therapy Medicare Comparisons
  • Figure 4-1: US Cancer Incidence by Gender (Estimated New Cases), 2014
  • Figure 4-2: Number of New Cases of Top 10 Cancer in Men, 2014
  • Figure 4-3: Number of New Cases of Top 10 Cancer in Women, 2014
  • Figure 4-4: Number of Deaths in Men by Top 10 Cancer, 2014
  • Figure 4-5: Number of Deaths in Women by Top 10 Cancer, 2014
  • Figure 4-6: US Cancer Deaths by Gender, Estimated Cases, USA, 2014
  • Figure 4-7: Potential Patient Base for Proton Therapy (‘000), 2015-2020
  • Figure 6-1: US Proton Therapy Cost Implications

List of Tables:

  • Table 4-1: Cancer Incidence by Gender, Estimated New Cases, 2014
  • Table 4-2: Cancer Deaths by Gender, Estimated Cases, 2014
  • Table 4 -: Cancer Incidence Rates by State--for All Cancers Combined (2006-2010)
  • Table 4-4: Proton Therapy Centers & Number of Patients Treated
  • Table 5-1: Proton Therapy Centers by Location & Year of First Treatment
  • Table 5-2: Upcoming Proton Therapy Centers
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