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Muscle Invasive Bladder Cancer Market
When the bladder cancer cells invade the muscle it is called Muscle Invasive Bladder Cancer. Although the most common treatment is surgery, chemotherapy is also often used. Some bladder cancers can also be treated with a combination therapy that involves chemotherapy and radiation. Chemotherapy is an anti-cancer treatment with using (cytotoxic) drugs that kill the cancer cells. Major symptom is presence of blood in urine.
Chemotherapy is either preferred before bladder surgery for better survival rates. However, chemotherapy is not preferred if one has poor kidney function, heart problems or hearing loss.
Increasing Adoption of chemotherapy in the future is going to boost the Muscle Invasive Bladder Cancer market. It is reported from studies that around 15% of Muscle Invasive Bladder Cancer patients adopt for treatments options like chemotherapy in the U.S.
Increasing prevalence of Muscle Invasive Bladder Cancer and increasing adoption of chemotherapy is expected to upswing the market growth. Bladder cancer among the top ten cancers in the U.S. And about 1 out of 4 people bladder cancer patients get muscle invasive cancer. This cancer is common in men than women and around 75% male population are at risk. The chances of getting Muscle Invasive Bladder Cancer after bladder cancer is 25%. Smoking is one of the main reasons for developing this cancer. Growing adoption of unhealthy lifestyle habits like smoking will majorly drive the Muscle Invasive Bladder Cancer market. Also, growing acceptance of chemotherapy is a major contributing factor for the market growth in the future.
Chemotherapy treatment has been the standard mode of care for most of the cancers. It is found that patients living in regions where adoption rate of cancer therapies is greater, have longer survival (OS) than the patients in the regions with slower adoption of novel cancer treatment. Higher adoption of chemotherapy will lead to higher survival rates.
However, Muscle Invasive Bladder Cancer market is expected to have growth restraints like expensive treatment drugs and the number of chemotherapy cycles required. Side effects of chemotherapeutic drug is also a setback for the market growth. Alternative options like immunotherapy is under development, which can hamper the sale of chemotherapeutic drugs.
COVID-19 pandemic has created a severe impact on the Muscle Invasive Bladder Cancer market. Addressing the pandemic patients made the cancer treatment neglected and pulled back for many patients. Many elective operations were kept on hold. However this effect is short lived and is expected to recover soon.
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Some of the main market players for Muscle Invasive Bladder Cancer are: Pfizer Inc, Mylan N.V., Cadila Pharmaceuticals, GLS pharma ltd, Accord Healthcare, Novartis AG, Cipla Inc, Actiza Pharmaceutical Private Bristol-Myers Squibb Company, Biochem Pharma, Getwell Pharma and Fresenius Kabi AG.