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Veterinary Oncology Market 2024 - Market Size, Business Trends, Segmentation, Share, Regional Analysis And Forecast To 2033

Veterinary Oncology Market 2024 - Market Size, Business Trends, Segmentation, Share, Regional Analysis And Forecast To 2033

The Veterinary Oncology Global Market Report 2024 by The Business Research Company provides market overview across 60+ geographies in the seven regions - Asia-Pacific, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, North America, South America, the Middle East, and Africa, encompassing 27 major global industries. The report presents a comprehensive analysis over a ten-year historic period (2010-2021) and extends its insights into a ten-year forecast period (2023-2033).

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According to The Business Research Company’s Veterinary Oncology Global Market Report 2024, The veterinary oncology market size has grown rapidly in recent years. It will grow from $0.36 billion in 2023 to $0.4 billion in 2024 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 12.5%. The growth in the historic period can be attributed to increasing pet ownership, humanization of pets, knowledge transfer from human oncology, increasing awareness of pet health, pharmaceutical developments.

The veterinary oncology market size is expected to see rapidly grown in the next few years. It will grow to $0.62 billion in 2028 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 11.2%. The growth in the forecast period can be attributed to personalized medicine for animals, rising prevalence of cancer in animals, growing geriatric pet population, expanded access to specialized care, regulatory support and approvals. Major trends in the forecast period include advanced diagnostic technologies, personalized treatment approaches, immunotherapy advancements, targeted therapies, telemedicine in oncology consultations.

The growing prevalence of cancer in pets is expected to propel the veterinary oncology market going forward. Cancer is a disorder in which a few of the body's cells grow out of control and spread to other body sections. Cancer in pets refers to the physical manifestations of a tumor, such as swelling. Veterinary oncology is focused on cancer diagnosis and therapy in animals by reducing metastasis and disease spread. As a result, an increase in pet cancer will boost the need for veterinary oncology. For instance, according to the National Canine Cancer Foundation, a US-based foundation that strives to eliminate cancer in animals, in 2021, roughly 25% of purebred dogs pass away from cancer, with the probability of contracting the disease increasing to 45% for those over the age of ten. Furthermore, according to the National Library of Medicine, a US-based biomedical library, and the center of biomedical informatics, in 2021, approximately 4-6 million dogs are diagnosed with cancer in the 90 million total population of dogs in the US. Therefore, the growing prevalence of cancer in pets is driving the veterinary oncology market.

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The veterinary oncology market covered in this report is segmented –

1) Veterinary Oncology Market By Therapy: Surgery, Radiology, Chemotherapy, Other Therapies

2) Veterinary Oncology Market By Animal Type: Equine, Canine, Feline, Other Animal Types

3) Veterinary Oncology Market By Cancer Type: Lymphoma, Mast Cell Cancer, Mammary And Squamous Cell Cancer, Other Cancer Types

The companies in the veterinary orthopedic implants market are investing in 3D printing techniques for creating veterinary orthopedic implants. 3D printing in the veterinary orthopedics market is being used for creating printed bone models, surgical guides, and titanium implants. The use of 3D printing reduces the surgical time, and cost and removes the engineering complexities in orthopedic procedures. Following the trend, many dogs with bone deformities have been treated by Langford Veterinary Services, a UK-based provider of veterinary services, through its collaboration with CBM. The collaboration enabled CBM to create 3D printed models of animal implants using titanium Ti6AI4V EL material. The MRI or CT scans are sent from Langford Veterinary Services in Bristol to CBM, then produces 3D printed models using Arcam EBM Q10plus machine. CBM is a U.K based company focused on advanced research, product development, and batch manufacturing facility. Thus, the use of 3D printing is one of the latest trends in the veterinary orthopedic implants market and will contribute to the growth of the veterinary orthopedic market.

The veterinary oncology market report table of contents includes:

1. Executive Summary

2. Veterinary Oncology Market Characteristics

3. Veterinary Oncology Market Trends And Strategies

4. Veterinary Oncology Market - Macro Economic Scenario

5. Global Veterinary Oncology Market Size and Growth


31. Global Veterinary Oncology Market Competitive Benchmarking

32. Global Veterinary Oncology Market Competitive Dashboard

33. Key Mergers And Acquisitions In The Veterinary Oncology Market

34. Veterinary Oncology Market Future Outlook and Potential Analysis

35. Appendix

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