Global Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer (NSCLC) Market will reach US$ 25.71 Billion in 2027. Globally, lung cancer is one of the most frequent types of cancer, with two distinct subtypes. The non-small cell lung cancer subtype accounts for most lung cancer cases (NSCLC). Furthermore, lung cancer, as one of the most common malignancies in the world, is responsible for a considerable number of deaths globally. As a result of the expanding frequency and incidence of non-small cell lung cancer across all demographics and age categories, demand for non-small cell lung cancer therapies has increased.
COVID-19 Impact on Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer Treatment (NSCLC) Industry:
Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer Treatment (NSCLC) Market represented a central challenge in clinical diagnosis and therapy decision-making in the context of the favorably contagious COVID-19 pandemic. Even for patients who were non-COVID-19, the disturbance of regular hospital services, such as imaging and treatment appointments, had a significant impact on the physical and mental well-being of these patients. The stress placed on the availability of medical resources and hospitals has reduced the clinical admissions to most other departments, including oncology departments. Consequently, the benefits some cancer patients could have received have been compromised due to treatment delay declining the market in 2020.