Non-oncology precision medicine market size to be worth

Ottawa, June 13, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — According to Precedence Research, the non-oncology precision medicine market the size was estimated to be US$63.79 billion in 2021. Types of advancements in infection-fighting biologics will lead to improved accuracy of non-oncology drugs. Improved newer therapeutic approaches including quality treatment for the treatment of the disease and increase in the number of patients under judicious investigation will drive the advancement of the market. Of course, huge costs and anticipated risks are expected to be among the factors that could overcome the advancement of the market.

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Report Highlights

  • Based on the product, the therapeutic segment holds the largest market share in the global non-oncology precision medicine market. Therapeutics are drugs used to treat or prevent disease. Drug therapy, medical devices, nutritional therapy, and stem cell therapies are all examples of therapies.
  • Based on end use, the diagnostic center segment holds the largest market share in the global non-oncology precision medicine market. A diagnostic facility has the necessary equipment and trained personnel to perform these tests.

Regional overview

North America is the largest non-oncology precision medicine market segment in terms of region. The creation of a set of precision approaches to non-oncology drugs in the North American region will redefine the image of the market. The North American non-oncology precision drugs market accounted for 44% of the earnings share in 2021 owing to the growing ubiquity of harmful development and hereditary issues, creation of the use of precision drug approaches non-oncology and the presence of discernible associations such as Pfizer, Qiagen, Quest Diagnostics and Roche. The region should continue its solidarity during the riddle time. This improvement can be attributed to the high collection speed of clinical consideration computational structures in clinical work cycles and front-line sequencing progressions, which help render edited and pharmacogenomic data truly and efficiently.

Asia-Pacific is the fastest growing region in the non-oncology precision medicine market. India holds the highest market share in the non-oncology precision medicine market in Asia-Pacific. In the Asia-Pacific region, the market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 12.8% over the gauge period. This is due to the insignificant cost of conducting clinical drug primers and advanced non-oncology precision diagnostics here, which attracts new interest here. Likewise, the government’s incredible efforts to enact amended clinical benefit action plans further add to improved functionality in the region. For example, in Singapore, the National Precision Medicine program and the Three Beyonds program have been dispatched to propel the adoption of new advances and a modernized starting point to support modified clinical benefits. The use of modified modes of action has the degree of making unequivocal treatments with serious consequences concerning different patients considering the patient’s specific immuno-total. Therefore, the approaches hold a promising answer to recognize genetic, natural, and regular factors that might impact vaccinator response and further propose the elective estimation expected by a particular group of people.

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Report scope

Report attributes Details
Market size in 2021 $63.79 billion
Revenue forecasts by 2030 $150.2 billion
CAGR 9.98% from 2022 to 2030
The biggest market Asia Pacific
Fastest growing region North America
Year of reference 2021
forecast year 2022 to 2030
Key players Pfizer Inc., Qiagen Inc., Quest Diagnostics Inc., Medtronic, Novartis, Laboratory Corporation of America Holdings, bioMérieux SA, Abbott Laboratories, F. Hoffmann-La Roche A, Eli Lilly & Company

Market dynamics


Precision medication dissects the qualities and proteins present in the patient’s body to similarly plan the personalized treatment medication to solve the specific disease. With key revelations like single nucleotide polymorphism and microarrays/biochips in the area of ​​precision drugs, the market was expecting to see an explosion before long. Human genome research is the destiny of precise medication and can overturn the clinical treatment of individual patients by capturing their hereditary qualities, atomic profiles and clinical attributes and advancing legitimate treatment to cure disease. The previously mentioned factors should prosper in the interests of medication accuracy as soon as possible. Apart from this, the growing prevalence of diseases is expected to support the interest in precision medicines for personalized therapies and diagnostics which will have a positive impact on available development. In 2018, there were nearly 1.7 million new cases determined to have malignant growth in the United States.


Continuous advancements in computing devices and advances in hereditary innovation help examine the beneficial effects of hereditary changes that ultimately lead to disease improvement. In this way, the hereditary discovery approach should fuel the development of precision drugs dramatically, especially in the area of ​​treating malignant growth.


There have been some basic improvements in the market quite recently. Several associations, governments and private evaluation foundations linked to the company have been reliably established. The steady and tireless endeavors of specialists in the examination of the human genome and the recognition of genomic biomarkers have been helpful. Furthermore, the interplay of governmental impulses has also had a critical effect on the creation of the market. Currently, the market is dominated by non-oncology drugs. Be that as it may, extensive R&D practices for various ailments should assemble several drugs for cardiovascular, overwhelming, and neurological ailments, among others. The quantity of non-oncology precision prescription drugs is expected to increase decisively, and the foreseeable increase in the non-oncology precision drug portfolio will drive the business improvement.


It is expected that large expenditures on specific drugs as well as difficulties with reimbursement terms will ruin the development of the market. Using a very good quality estimating system and high-level calculation strategies add different kinds of costs to the treatment method, from which medication precision is profoundly costly on the lookout.

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Regulatory and legal actions, mergers and acquisitions, and corporate expansions have all been witnessed in the non-oncology precision medicine market throughout the projection period.

Market segmentation

By product type

  • Diagnostic
    • Genetic tests
    • Biomarker-based tests
    • Others
  • Therapeutic

By app

  • Oncology
  • CNS
  • Immunology
  • Respiratory
  • Infectious diseases
    • Respiratory infections
    • Gastrointestinal infections
    • Sexually transmitted infections
    • Others
  • Neurology
    • Neurodegenerative disorders
    • Neuropsychiatric disorders
    • Others
  • Cardiovascular
    • Cardiac myopathies and arrhythmia
    • Others
  • Lifestyle and endocrinology
  • Gastroenterology
  • Others

By end use

  • Hospitals
  • Diagnostic centers
  • Research institutes and universities
  • Others

By ecosystem

  • Applied Science
    • Genomics
    • By technology
      • Polymerase chain reaction (PCR)
      • Next Generation Sequencing in Precision Medicine (PM NGS)
      • Genome editing
      • Other technologies
    • Pharmacogenomics
    • Other applied sciences
  • Precision diagnosis
    • Molecular diagnostics (MDx)
    • medical imaging
  • Digital Health and Information Technology
  • Precision therapy
    • Clinical tests
    • Cell therapy
    • Drug discovery and research
    • Genetical therapy

By geography

  • North America
  • Europe
  • Asia Pacific
  • Latin America
  • Middle East and Africa (MEA)

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