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The Treatment Landscape for Hepatocellular Carcinoma Will Change Dramatically Over the Next Ten Years Due to the Launch of New Therapies in the United States and EU5
Date:1/29/2013

alized/locally advanced disease. Most interviewed physicians are excited by this prospect because it could potentially increase the benefit of treatment with RFA for patients with disease confined to the liver and could also lead to an increase in treatment rates with RFA—particularly in the locally advanced setting."

In addition, the findings reveal that the number of incident cases of hepatocellular carcinoma in the major markets will increase by approximately 30 percent over the forecast period, driven by an aging population and an overall increase in risk. Drug treatment rates will also rise as new therapies come to market.

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