Autologous Stem Cell and Non-Stem Cell Based Therapy Market Analysis, Share, Growth and Forecast by 2024

Autologous Stem Cell and Non-Stem Cell Based Therapy Market

New York, United States, 2019-Jul-22 — /EPR Network/ —

The global autologous stem cell and non-stem cell based therapy market is growing significantly due to high incidences of cancer and cardiovascular diseases, and presence of large number of patients requiring transplantation. The lack of service providers in the autologous stem cell market, and the massive unexplored autologous stem cell and non-stem cell based therapy market in the emerging economies, are creating ample growth opportunities for the global autologous stem cell and non-stem cell based therapy market. The advanced research and development activities and new product developments by the major players are supporting the demand for cost effective and efficient autologous stem cell and non-stem cell based therapy platforms.

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The usage of multipotent stromal cell (mesenchymal stem cell) transplantation in multiple sclerosis is a trend, in the global autologous stem cell and non-stem cell based therapy market. In autologous stem cell and non-stem cell based therapy, an individual’s stem or non-stem cells are cultured outside the body and then transferred back into the body. The autologous cellular therapies do not require separate donor, instead it utilizes stem or non-stem cells from the individual who needs treatment for a particular disease. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) defined the autologous use as “the implantation, transplantation, infusion, or transfer of human cells or tissue back into the individual, from whom the cells or tissue were recovered”. These cells are recovered mostly from the bone marrow or blood of the individual. Autologous cell therapy has better clinical results, and reduced rejection rate. The conventional treatment procedures with synthetic or allogenic materials have several disadvantages, such as abscess formation, foreign body granuloma formulation, and allergic reactions; however, the autologous stem cell and non-stem cell based therapy has overcome these limitations with better results.

Asia-Pacific is the fastest growing region in the global autologous stem cell and non-stem cell based therapy market. The major reasons for the fastest growth in the region are increasing healthcare expenditure, increasing autologous stem cell and non-stem cell based therapy related research activities, improving healthcare infrastructure. Moreover, the autologous stem cell and non-stem cell based therapy market is growing rapidly, due its capability of treating a range of diseases such as autoimmune, cancer, and cardiovascular, in the emerging economies such as India and China.

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Some of the major players operating in the global autologous stem cell and non-stem cell based therapy market are Fibrocell Science Inc., BrainStorm Cell Therapeutics Inc., Vericel Corporation, Dendreon Corporation, Lion Biotechnologies, Genzyme Corporation, Regeneus Ltd., Caladrius, and Opexa Therapeutics Inc.

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