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Global Market for Radiation Therapy Equipment to Reach $6.8 Billion by 2018
Date:12/6/2012

asses therapeutic and diagnostic procedures, which are economical, safe and painless techniques. Following years of strong growth, the global nuclear medicine market entered into a tumultuous phase beginning 2008. The global economic downturn on one side and changes in reimbursement and insurance requirements in developed markets such as the US on the other, have resulted in market declines that lasted until 2010. Other factors such as saturated Western markets, restrictions imposed by the Governments in certain high potential countries such as China, and low rates of reimbursement have weighed down market growth and resulted in a decline in the sales of imaging equipment.

The nuclear medicine market is fairly concentrated. A handful of the most influential medical device companies control a majority share in the worldwide nuclear medicine market. These companies operate large sales force, and have significant installed base and strong research and development activities. Key players profiled in the report include Digirad Corporation, GE Healthcare Plc, Philips Healthcare Inc., Positron Corporation, Siemens, and Toshiba Medical Systems Corporation, among others.

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