ID: MRFR/HC/1477-CR | July 2019 | Region: Global | 150 pages
According to the analysis conducted by Market Research Future (MRFR), the Global Genetic Testing Market is projected to thrive at a CAGR of 11.50% and is expected to acquire a market value of USD 22,834.19 Million by 2024.
Genetic testing is used in prenatal screening, diagnostics, and as a predictive tool. The testing market is predicted to propel due to the on-going development in the field to produce useful testing kits. Overall, the market is likely to experience significant expansion due to its growing requirement, rising acquisitions, and partnerships among key players.
The outbreak of COVID-19 has severely impacted the market. The worldwide lockdown to follow social distancing resulted in various challenges in the genetic testing market. COVID-19 resulted in the shutdown of testing labs and clinics, which has restricted face-to-face genetic counseling that is likely to impact the market negatively.
The growing demand for genetic testing in oncology and the rising adoption of genetic tests into clinical care is predicted to propel the global genetic testing market during the projection tenure. The surging need for personalized medicine is another salient cause that can augment the genetic testing market size.
However, concerns regarding the standardization of genetic testing-based diagnostics and strict rules implemented for product approvals are expected to obstruct the market growth during the assessment period.
Rising Prevalence of Genetic Disorders
The rising awareness about the benefits of genetic testing and the increasing prevalence of genetic disorders are primary drivers for the growth of the market. The increasing need to find a cure to cancer is expected to create a demand for effective testing that can augment the global cancer testing market. Additionally, the rapid expansion of the biotechnology sector are expected to propel the market significantly in the assessment period.
Integration of AI in Testing Procedures
The integration of AI and other smart technologies in genetic testing is expected to offer various market expansion opportunities during the forecast period. Besides, the innovation in product design and strong distribution partnerships are other factors that can provide lucrative chances to grow the trade.
Lack of Expertise to Hinder the Market Growth
Despite the presence of various lucrative opportunities that can grow the market, the shortage of trained technicians is a significant factor that can hinder the market in emerging economies.
Lack of Medical Solutions for all the Diseases Diagnosed
The biggest challenge for the genetics market is the lack of solutions for all the diseases diagnosed. However, funded research in prognosis post the detection can counter the challenge mentioned above.
Cumulative Growth Analysis
The market is expected to expand rapidly during the forecast period due to the rising awareness of genetic disorders. The industry is anticipated to witness various opportunities for expansion in the coming period.
Prescribed Genetic Testing Segment to Hold Maximum Market Share
Based on type, the global genetic testing market has been segmented into direct to consumer genetic testing and prescribed genetic testing. Among all genetic testing market segments, the prescribed genetic testing market is anticipated to expand at the highest CAGR while acquiring the USD 21653.91 million market value by 2024.
Molecular Genetic Test/DNA Tests to Hold the Maximum Market Share
Based on the method, the global market has been segmented into chromosomal genetic tests, molecular genetic tests/ DNA tests, and biochemical, genetic tests. Among all, the molecular genetic/DNA tests is expected to lead the global market while thriving at a CAGR of 11.78% during the forecast period.
Reproductive Health Segment to Acquire the Largest Market Share
Based on application, the global market has been segmented into cancer screening, reproductive health, ancestry, predictive and pre-symptomatic testing, and others. Among all, the reproductive health segment is expected to dominate the market.
The Americas to Dominate the Market Owing to the Increasing Incidences of Genetic Disorders
The Americas is expected to dominate the market for genetic testing due to the growing incidences of a genetic disorder and increasing demand for personalized genetic testing. The growing government support and the presence of the advanced healthcare sector is expected to boost the regional market during the forecast period.
APAC is expected to be the fastest-growing market due to the expanding patient pool and untapped market opportunities in the evolving countries. Besides, the growing initiatives to develop healthcare infrastructure to meet the demand for the rising geriatric population can further propel the regional market during the review tenure.
The European market for genetic testing is projected to be the second-largest during the forecast period. Recent developments and advances in molecular medicines in Europe are critical factors for the growth of this market. The increasing prevalence of genetic diseases and disorders has expanded the scope for the development of different genetic tests.
MEA is expected to grow due to the aging population, a rise in the number of chronic diseases such as cancer, and innovations in genetic testing.
Product Innovation in Genetic Testing Platforms to Grow Competition among the Key Players
The market for genetic testing is highly competitive and comprises several established players. The on-going innovation and technical development in genetic testing platforms by various renowned players are likely to enhance the competitiveness of the market.
November 2020: Taysha Gene Therapies, a US-based company, and Invitae, another US-based health startup, have announced a partnership to support Invitae’s Detect Lysosomal Storage Diseases ( Detect LSDs) and Behind the Seizure programs by offering free genetic testing to patients.
Behind the Seizure is a cross-company collaboration among the companies of the US and Canada, which is designed to increase access to genetic testing for children who experience seizures during their childhood.
December 2020: A Singapore-based Medtech company, known as Cell ID Pte. Ltd., has developed a palm-sized portable genetic test that uses an app on a laptop to detect if the person has COVID-19. The test uses biotechnology to perform two-tests at a time outside of the laboratory.
November 2020: Agios Pharmaceuticals, a public American pharmaceutical company, announced that it had partnered with PerkinElmer Genomics, a US-based renowned molecular genetics laboratory, on a genetic testing program for patients with anticipated hereditary anemias.
December 2020: Illumina, Inc, a renowned America genetic testing company, and Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, another US-based key player, announced a risk-sharing agreement to make whole-genome sequencing (WGS) available to few Harvard Pilgrim members. The program will leverage WGS to support a faster diagnosis of genetic diseases in children.
November 2020: Sanofi, a renowned French multinational pharmaceutical company, announced that it would sponsor Parkinson’s Foundation’s genetic study with 1 million for free testing.
The global market is anticipated to witness significant growth during the forecast period owing to the rising demand for genetic testing and the rising prevalence of genetic disorders.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) :
The global genetic testing market volume by 2024 would be USD 22,834.19 million.
The genetic testing market would attain a CAGR of 11.50% during the forecast period covering 2019 to 2024.
High cost and inaccuracy could prevent the genetic testing market growth.
The Americas would have a maximum genetic testing market share.
Japan had a 27.7% share of the Asia Pacific genetic testing market in 2018.
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