SANTA CLARA, Calif., May 10, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- A rising prevalence of diabetes as well as an increasing demand to
"Biomarkers will play a critical role to address the growing demand for personalized treatment strategies," noted Frost & Sullivan TechVision Research Analyst Vandana Iyer. Metabolomic and proteomic biomarker assays will disrupt conventional diagnosis and monitoring platforms, and subsequently generate new opportunities for diagnostic, prognostic, clinical management and drug discovery applications. "They have helped to boost the industry revenues across the diagnostics and therapy care continuum by identifying patients at the risk or the onset of diabetes, and/or of its complications that may arise if diagnosis has been delayed," explained Frost & Sullivan Transformational Health Vice President Nitin Naik. On the therapeutic side, they assist to alleviate the symptoms of diabetes and any difficulties that have arisen from other diseases such as cardiac, chronic kidney disease or obesity related conditions.
Biomarkers Enabling Diabetes and Obesity Management is part of Frost & Sullivan's TechVision (Health & Wellness) Growth Partnership Service program. The analysis details the business and technology impact of drivers and challenges. It also analyzes important applications and innovations across basic research, diagnosis and drug development. Additionally, it examines collaborative trends, market adoption potential, and emerging biomarker technologies across the global diabetes and obesity market.
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There has been significant product development activity across the globe:
"While biomarkers continue to rise in relevance in diabetes and obesity management, their clinical validation studies are challenging, time-consuming and expensive," added Iyer. "Nevertheless, rapid advances across biomarker research and the integration of a wide range of data sources for biomarker discovery will facilitate product development and enhance disease management in the future."
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