France Proton Therapy Market (Actual & Potential), Patients Treated, List of Proton Therapy Centers and Forecast to 2022
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France represents a huge untapped market opportunity for proton therapy. Proton therapy is an advanced treatment of tumors which minimizes the risks and increases the chances of the oncology patient, ensuring a better quality of life not only during but especially after the treatment. The main advantage of proton beams is the precise irradiation, most energy being given purely onto the tumour. In comparison with existing radiation methods, protons save the surrounding healthy tissue. With an increasing incidence of cancer, there is a definite need for novel, cutting edge, treatment methods, such as, Proton Therapy. Unfortunately, the access to proton therapy is limited for a vast population, owing to a low number of proton therapy centers. In France, currently only 2 proton therapy centers are operational.
iGATE RESEARCH report titled "France Proton Therapy Market (Actual & Potential), Patients Treated, List of Proton Therapy Centers and Forecast to 2022" provides a comprehensive assessment of the fast-evolving, high-growth Proton Therapy Market.
This 53 Page report with 11 Figures and 1 Table has been analyzed from 4 View Points:
- Actual and Potential Proton Therapy Market (2010 - 2022)
- Actual and Potential Candidate for Proton Therapy Treatment (2010 - 2022)
- List of Proton Therapy Centers
- Proton Therapy Market - Drivers and Challenges
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