Global Oncolytic virus therapy market value is regarded for USD xx billion in 2017, and is known to grow at a CAGR of 19.32% to reach USD xx billion by 2025. Currently 2 oncolytic virus therapies are commercially available in the market. Most of the oncolytic virus therapies in clinical trials are in the preclinical phase followed by Phase-I trials. Amgen Inc. markets Imlygic, an oncolytic virus immunotherapy drug, but however several other competitors are expected to enter into the oncolytic virus immunotherapy in the forecast period.
Rising occurrence of more cancer cases and increasing cancer treating therapies development such as oncolytic virus are going to drive the growth of the market globally. Technological developments including natural killer cells and using combination therapies are also driving the global market growth. Additionally, ongoing development of virus therapies globally that are in the pipeline are going to enhance the oncolytic virus therapy market growth in the forecast period. An opccurrence of Immune reaction to the virus-based therapies caused by repeated administration of therapeutics to treat cancer is a key restraint that is hampering the market growth. High cost related to oncolytic virus therapy further affects market growth, especially in developing countries.
Global Oncolytic Virus Therapy Market is segmented accordingly by application type, by drug class, and therapy type.
By application: The global market is segmented in to Prostate cancer, Ovarian Cancer, Melanoma, Breast Cancer and others. Melanoma is accounted for the largest share because most of the cancer therapies are developed for Melanoma cancers. Increasing prostate cancer cases are also leading to the strong growth rate in prostate cancer therapies in recent years.
By Drug class: The global market is segmented in to Onxy-15, Reolysin, Talimogene laherparepvec, RIGVIR. Talimogene laherparepvec is considered as the largest drug class that accounted for a major share in the market, and is due to its vast penetration in treating cancer.
By type: The global market is classified into Newcastle disease virus-based oncolytic viruses, vaccinia virus-based oncolytic viruses, vesicular stomatitis virus-based oncolytic viruses, adenoviruses-based oncolytic viruses, and HSV-based oncolytic viruses.
By Geography: The global market is segmented in to North America, South America, Europe, Asia Pacific and rest of the World. North America is leading the market globally and is due to increasing cancer cases that are associated with hectic lifestyles. Further, well-developed healthcare infrastructure is supported to the growth in this region.
Some of the key players of the global oncolytic virus therapy market include Cold Genesys, Vyriad, TILT Biotherapeutics, Genelux Corporation, Sorrento Therapeutics, Lokon Pharma, SillaJen Biotherapeutics, and PsiOxus Therapeutics. Regional and local players are known to offer specific application products to end-users.
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