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Global Autonomous Wheelchair Market 2021 offers detailed research and in-depth information on leading growth drivers, restraints, challenges, trends, and opportunities to offer a complete analysis of the global Autonomous Wheelchair market.Data Bridge Market Research analyses the market to account to USD 145.10 million by 2027 from USD 67.20 million in 2019 growing at a CAGR of 10.10% in the above-mentioned forecast period.Get Free Sample PDF Copy (Including FULL TOC, Graphs And Tables) Of This Report @ Companies in the Global Autonomous Wheelchair Market: Sunrise Medical (US) LLCInvacare CorporationPermobil ABMeyra GmbHKarman Healthcare, IncOTTOBOCKMatia RoboticsUpnride RoboticsDEKA Research & Development CorpWHILL Inc.Market Segmentation:By Application (Residential, Commercial)By Distributional Channel (Retail, E-commerce)For More Insights Get FREE Detailed TOC @ Wheelchair Market report provides depth analysis of the market impact and new opportunities created by the COVID19/CORONA Virus pandemic.Over 4 million people affected globally, with 300 thousand losing their lives due to SARS-CoV-2 Strategic Points Covered in Table of Content of Global Autonomous Wheelchair Market:1: Market Overview2: Manufacturers Profiles3: Global Autonomous Wheelchair Sales, Overall Revenue, Market Share and Competition by Manufacturer4: Global Autonomous Wheelchair Market Analysis by Various Regions5: North America Autonomous Wheelchair by Countries6: Europe Autonomous Wheelchair by Countries7: Asia-Pacific Autonomous Wheelchair by Countries8: South America Autonomous Wheelchair by Countries9: Middle East and Africa’s Autonomous Wheelchair by Countries10: Global Autonomous Wheelchair Market Segment by Types11: Global Autonomous Wheelchair Market Segment by Applications12: Market Forecast13: Sales Channel, Distributors, Traders and Dealers14: Research Findings and Conclusion15: AppendixAny Query?Enquire Here For Discount Or Report Customization: Landscape and Autonomous Wheelchair Market Share AnalysisThe major players covered in the autonomous wheelchair market report are Sunrise Medical (US) LLC, Invacare Corporation., Permobil AB, Meyra GmbH, Karman Healthcare, Inc., OTTOBOCK, Matia Robotics, Upnride Robotics, DEKA Research & Development Corp, and WHILL Inc. among other domestic and global players.The growth amongst these segments will help you analyse meagre growth segments in the industries, and provide the users with valuable market overview and market insights to help them in making strategic decisions for identification of core market applications.On the basis of application, the autonomous wheelchair market is segmented into residential, and commercial.On the basis of distributional channel, the autonomous wheelchair market is segmented into retail, and e-commerce.Autonomous Wheelchair Market Size Segmentation by Region & Countries (Customizable):North America (Canada, United States & Mexico)Europe (Germany, the United Kingdom, Benelux, France, Russia & Italy)Asia-Pacific (Japan, South Korea, China, India & Southeast Asia)South America (Argentina, Brazil, Peru, Colombia, Etc.)Middle East & Africa (United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Nigeria & South Africa)Some Key Questions answered in this Report are:What is the market scope in the global Competitive landscape?What are the threats that the clients need to tackle to grow in the Autonomous Wheelchair Market?What is the market share by revenue, sales, size in particular geographical regions?Which significant industry names in the market are dominating?What segment of the market has most growths, such as new product launches, agreements, mergers and acquisitions, geographical expansions, and joint ventures?What are several strategic business methodologies and helps to make informed business decisions?What is systematic data review and meta-analysis of the market based on global manufacturers and regions?How to classify hidden opportunities of the market with a worldwide rising CAGR forecast till 2027?What are the key problems, product developments, and solutions to influence the progress threat?Finally, Autonomous Wheelchair Market report is the believable source for gaining the Market research that will exponentially accelerate your business.
Pregnant women are at increased risk of severe Covid-19 if they are from ethnic minority backgrounds, or if they have pre-existing conditions like obesity, high blood pressure and diabetes, a global study has found.Up until now, those who are pregnant have been listed as ‘clinically vulnerable’ by the NHS, but the extent of this risk was not fully known.The NHS website states: “There’s no evidence if you’re pregnant you’re more likely to get seriously ill from coronavirus, but pregnant women are in the moderate risk (clinically vulnerable) group as a precaution.” This is because pregnant people are typically deemed more at risk from viruses such as flu.But new research led by the University of Birmingham and the World Health Organisation (WHO) suggests the risk of pregnant women being admitted to intensive care or needing ventilation is higher than non-pregnant reproductive-aged women with the virus.The risk of pregnant women being admitted to intensive care still remains low at around one in every 5,000 pregnant women, Dr Edward Morris, president of the Royal College Obstetricians of Gynaecologists (RCOG), tells HuffPost UK. The new research, published in the BMJ, is part of an ongoing systematic review and meta-analysis of data, which began in April 2020.The analysis of 192 studies looked at the impact of Covid-19 on pregnant women and their babies. It found one in 10 pregnant and recently pregnant women attending or admitted to hospital were diagnosed with confirmed Covid-19. They also had an increased risk of admission to an intensive care unit, receiving invasive ventilation and needing oxygenation treatment.Dr John Allotey, of the University of Birmingham-based WHO Collaborating Centre for Global Women’s Health, said: “Pregnant women should be considered a high risk group, particularly those identified to have risk factors, for severe Covid-19 based on our findings.”Risk factors in pregnancyThe study found pregnant women in the following groups were more likely to end up with severe illness and/or complications related to Covid-19:Increased maternal age,High body mass index (BMI),Non-white ethnicity,Pre-existing comorbidity including chronic hypertension and diabetes.There was also emerging evidence from the review that pregnancy-specific conditions such as pre-eclampsia and gestational diabetes may be associated with severe Covid-19, however the authors said more data is needed.Symptoms of Covid in pregnant womenCompared to non-pregnant women of reproductive age, pregnant women with Covid-19 are more likely to be asymptomatic, the study found. Previous research has also found this. The PregCOV-19 Living Systematic Review found an estimated 74% of women were asymptomatic, while another study from the US reported that 86% of women who were admitted in labour and who tested positive were asymptomatic.When pregnant women do show symptoms, the most common ones are fever (40%) and cough (41%). Less frequent symptoms include difficulty breathing (21%), muscle pain (19%), loss of sense of taste (14%) and diarrhoea (8%). What about the risk to babies?The review found the overall rates of stillbirth and neonatal death are low in women with suspected or confirmed Covid-19. Dr Allotey said mothers should be reassured that the risks to their babies is “very low”. It is possible for mothers to pass the virus on to their babies before birth, states the NHS, however when this has happened, the babies have recovered. There’s no evidence coronavirus causes miscarriage or affects how a baby develops in pregnancy.Pregnant women with Covid-19 are more likely to experience preterm birth and their babies are more likely to be admitted to a neonatal unit, the review found.Pregnant women and the Covid vaccinePregnant women are not offered the Covid vaccine unless they are considered high risk – either because of an underlying health condition or their job. The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI), which is responsible for prioritising who gets the vaccine, says although available data does not indicate safety concerns or harm to pregnancy, there is insufficient evidence to recommend routine use of Covid-19 vaccines during pregnancy.Professor Shakila Thangaratinam, corresponding author and co-director of the WHO Collaborating Centre for Global Women’s Health at the University of Birmingham, said the risk factors identified in their review – such as diabetes and chronic hypertension, but also maternal age and ethnicity – need to be taken into consideration in JCVI decision-making.What should pregnant women do now?Pregnant women are urged to consider taking precautions to avoid catching the virus. This includes: washing hands regularly, staying at home as much as possible, practising social distancing and staying away from anyone who has symptoms of coronavirus.Prof Thangaratinam said the new research “is crucial” to address important research questions and to shape healthcare policy and clinical decision-making.In response to the study, Dr Morris, from the RCOG, said the findings support previous data that shows the majority of pregnant women with Covid-19 will experience mild or moderate symptoms, “but for pregnant women who are in their third trimester of pregnancy or have pre-existing medical problems, they are at a higher risk of developing severe illness”.Despite it being almost a year into the pandemic, he said “there is still no robust data from the UK comparing pregnant and non-pregnant women with Covid-19”.“This data gap extends to the Covid-19 vaccine and whether pregnant women will routinely be offered it,” he said. “So far none of the vaccines have undergone specific clinical trials in pregnant women, something that urgently needs to change.”RCOG is encouraging pregnant women to contact their maternity team if they have any concerns about their or their baby’s health.Related...5 Women Who Gave Birth In Lockdown Share Advice For New Mums-To-BeHow To Get A Covid Test If You Don't Have Any SymptomsA Guide To The Covid-19 Vaccine If You're Pregnant Or BreastfeedingWomen Can Now Test Their Fertility At Home. 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Posted by MobersteinI’m completely fascinated by Google’s Discover Feed. Besides the fact that it serves highly-relevant content, it also seems beyond the reach of being gamed. In a way, it almost seems beyond the reach of pure SEO (which makes it downright tantalizing to me). It all made me want to understand what makes the feed tick. So I did what any sensible person would do. I spent the better part of two months running all sorts of queries in all sorts of different ways to see how it impacted my Discover Feed. Here are my ramblings. My approach to analyzing Google’s Discover Feed Let me explain what I did and how I did it, to both give you a better understanding of this analysis and point out its gaping limitations. For five days a week, and over the course of two months, I executed all sorts of user behavior aimed at influencing my Discover Feed. I ran queries on specific topics on mobile, searched for other topics on desktop… clicked on results… didn’t click on results... went directly to sites and clicked… went directly to sites and didn’t click anything, etc. In other words, I wanted to see how Google reacted to my various behaviors. I wanted to see if one behavior influenced what showed in my Discover Feed more than other behaviors. To do this, I searched for things I would generally never search for, went to sites I would normally never visit, and limited my normal search behavior at times so as not to influence the feed. For example, I hate celebrity news and gossip with a passion, so I went to every day (outside of the weekends) and scrolled through the site without clicking a thing. I then recorded if related material (i.e. celebrity nonsense) ended up in my Discover Feed the next day. I recorded all of my various “web behaviors” in the same way. I would execute a given behavior (e.g. search for things related to a specific topic on mobile, but without clicking any results) and record what happened in my Discover Feed as time went on. Here’s a breakdown of the various behaviors I executed along with the topics associated with each behavior. (For the record, each behavior corresponds to a single topic or website so I could determine the impact of that behavior on my Discover Feed.) Allow me to quickly elaborate on the behaviors above: These are all topics/sites that I am in no way interested or involved in (particularly self-help car repair). When I clicked a YouTube video, I watched the entire thing (I mean, I didn’t actually watch half the time, but Google doesn’t know that… or do they?)When I visited a site, I did scroll through the content and stay on the page for a bit. A search for a “segment of a topic already existing in Discover Feed” means that the overall topic was something that regularly appeared in my feed (in this case, NFL football and MLB baseball). However, the subtopics, in this case the Cowboys and Marlins, were topics I never specifically searched for and did not appear in my feed. Also, the data for these two categories only reflects one month of experimentation. All of this points to various limitations. Is it possible that Google sees a topic like entertainment news as more “Discover-worthy” than sewing? It is. Is it possible that going to a site like Fandango during a pandemic (when many theaters were closed) influenced Google’s decision to include or exclude things related to the topic matter dealt with by the site? It is. What if I didn’t skip the weekends and executed the above every single day. Would that have made a difference? I don’t know. I’m not trying to portray any of the data I’ll present as being overly-conclusive. This is merely what I did, what I found, and what it all made me think. Let’s have at it then. How user behavior impacted my Discover Feed Before I dive into the “data”, I want to point out that the heart of my observations isn’t found in the data itself, but in some of the things I noticed in my Discover Feed along the way. More than that, this data is far from conclusive or concrete, and in most ways speaks to my unique user-profile. That said, let’s have a look at the data, because there just may be some general takeaways. As I mentioned, I wanted to see the impact of the various online behaviors on my Discover Feed. That is, how frequently did Google insert content related to the topics associated with each specific behavior into my feed? For all the times I went to how often was there content in my feed related to Japanese news? For all the times I searched for and watched YouTube videos on lawn care, how often did Google show me such content in Discover? Survey says: Here are some of the most intruding highlights reflected in the graph above: Watching YouTube videos on mobile had no impact on my feed whatsoever (though it certainly did on what YouTube ads I was served). Watching YouTube videos on desktop has little impact (in fact, any insertion of “sewing” into my feed was only as a topic card which contained no URL). Searching on Google alone, without clicking a result, was ineffective.Visiting a desktop site and clicking around was very effective at filling my feed with “cooking” content, however the same was not true on mobile. Watching YouTube videos (desktop) about sewing was only successful in getting Google to include the topic in its “Discover more” cards. I want to emphasize that when I say things like “YouTube mobile watches had no impact”, I don’t mean that as a general statement. Rather, such a statement is only aligned with the way I engaged with YouTube (one video watch per day). Clearly, and as is obvious, if you watch a large number of YouTube videos around one topic in a short time, Discover will pick this up. I did, in fact, test this. I gave my kids free rein at various moments to take my phone and watch a large number of videos related to specific topics (surprisingly, they were happy to oblige and to watch vast amounts of YouTube). I have twin 9-year-old boys. One watched an obscene number of YouTube videos and executed an insane number of searches related to airplanes and flight simulators. I am still awaiting the day where my feed stops showing cards related to this topic. Here’s my search history to prove it: The other little fellow watched videos about the weather and animal behavior that results from it for a few hours straight (hey, it was during the height of quarantine). That same day, this is what I saw in my feed: You don’t need me to tell you that if Google thinks you’re going gaga over a specific topic, it will throw said topic into your Discover Feed posthaste. My goal in all of this was not to see what is the quickest way to get Google to update the topics it shows in your Discover Feed. The point in my methodology was to see if there was one type of behavior that Google seemed to take more seriously than another vis-a-vis inserting new topics into my Discover Feed. To that, Google did react differently to my various behaviors. That doesn’t mean I can make many conclusions based on the above data. For example, Google clearly saw my going to and clicking on an article each day as a strong signal that “cooking” deserves to be in my Discover Feed. Google was apt to think of my behavior of visiting and clicking an article each day as an endorsement for wanting “cooking” content in my Discover Feed. At the same time, Google completely ignored that behavior on mobile. Each day I went to and scrolled through an article. Yet, not once did Google include anything even remotely related to Japanese news in my feed. I suspect that the topic here was too far removed from overall search behavior. So while it was reasonable for Google to assume I wanted cooking-related material in my feed, the same did not hold true for topics related to Japan. I think this is the same reason why the topic associated with my visiting a site on desktop without clicking anything made it into my feed. The topic here was celebrity news, and I imagine that Google has profiled this topic as being one that is highly-relevant to Discover. So much so that Google tested including it in my feed at various points. Despite never clicking on an article when visiting each day, Google still flirted with showing celebrity news content in my Discover Feed. That said, there is some reason to believe that desktop behavior has more of an impact than mobile user behavior. The case for desktop Discover Feed dominance About a month into my little experiment I wondered what would happen if I started searching for and clicking on things that were segments of topics that already appeared in my feed. Deciding on these segments was quite easy. My feed is constantly filled with material on baseball and American football. Thus, I decided to search for and click on two teams I have no interest in. This way, while the topic overall was already in my feed, I would be able to see the impact of my behavior. Specifically, on desktop I searched for things related to the Dallas Cowboys, clicking on a search result each time. Similarly, I did the same for the Miami Marlins baseball team on mobile. Again, in both cases, content specific to these teams had yet to appear in my feed. Here are the results of this activity: Over a 30-day period, I found 10 instances of content related to the Dallas Cowboys in my feed and 6 instances of content about the Miami Marlins. Again, just as in the first set of data I presented, a disparity between mobile and desktop exists. Is this a general rule? Is this based on my particular profile? I don’t know. It’s just an interesting point that should be investigated further. I will say that I doubt the content itself played a role. If anything, there should have been more results on mobile about the Marlins, as I was very much caught up in the World Series that was taking place at the time of my activity. What does this data actually mean? There are so many factors at play, that using any of the data above is a bit “hard.” Yes, I think there are some trends or indicators within it. However, that’s not really what I want you to take away from all of this. (Also, is it such a crime to consume data solely because it’s interesting to see some of what’s going on?) What do I want you to take away, then? As part of my data analysis (if you’ll even call it that) I looked at how long it took for a behavior to result in Discover Feed inclusion. Surprisingly, the numbers were pretty consistent: Discounting the 31 behavior instances around my “Search Desktop No Click” activity (e.g. searching for all things related to "fishing" but clicking on nothing) to impact my feed, Google picked up on what I was doing fairly quickly. Generally speaking, it took less than 10 behaviors for Google to think it should update the topics shown in my feed. That’s really the point. Despite the normal things I search for and engage with both regularly and heavily (things like SEO, for example) Google took this “lighter” yet consistent behavior as a signal to update my feed. Google was very aware of what I was doing and acted on it pretty quickly all things considered. In the case of “food/cooking” content, as shown earlier, Google took my behavior very seriously and consistently showed such content in my feed. Forget which behavior on which device produced more cards in my feed. The fact that it varied at all is telling. It shows Google is looking at the type of engagement and where it happens in the context of your overall profile. Personally, I think if you (yes, you, the person reading this) did this experiment, you would get different results. Maybe some of the trends might align, but I would imagine that would be it. And now for the really interesting part of all this. Diving into what was and what wasn’t in my Discover Feed As I’ve mentioned, the data is interesting in some of the possible trends it alludes to and in that it shows how closely Google is watching your behavior. However, the most interesting facets of this little project of mine came from seeing what Google was and was not showing day-in and day-out. Is Google profiling users utilizing the same account? The first month of this study coincided with a lockdown due to COVID-19. That meant my kids were home, all day, for a month. It also meant they watched a lot of YouTube. From Wild Kratts to Woody Woodpecker, my kids consumed a heap of cartoons and they did so using my Google account (so I could see what they were watching). Wouldn’t you know, a funny thing happened. There was no “cartoon” content in my Discover Feed. I checked my feed religiously that month and not once did I notice a card about a cartoon. Isn’t that odd? Not if Google is profiling my account according to the devices being used or even according to the content being consumed. All signs point to Google being well aware that the content my kids were watching was not being consumed by the one using Discover (me). This isn’t a stretch at all. The same happens in my YouTube feed all the time. While my desktop feed is filled to the brim with Fireman Sam, the YouTube app on my phone is a mixture of news and sports (I don’t “SEO” on YouTube) as my kids generally don’t watch their “programs” on my phone. The URLs I visited were absent from Discover There was one other thing missing from my Discover Feed and this one has enormous implications. URLs. Virtually none of the URLs I visited during my two-month experiment popped up in my Discover Feed! I visited the Food Network’s website some 40 times, each time clicking and reading (pretending to read to be fair) an article or recipe. By the time I was nearing the end of my experiment Discover was showing me some sorts of food/cooking related content every day. Through all of that, not once did Google show me a URL from the Food Network! Do you like apples? Well, how do you like them apples? (Cooked slowly with a hint of cinnamon.) This was the general trend for each type of behavior that produced new topics in my feed. I visited a few websites about car repair, Google threw some cards about the topic in my Feed… none of which were sites I visited. The only time I saw the same site I visited that appeared in my Discover Feed was ESPN for some of the sports queries I ran and which I visited every day. However, I think that was entirely accidental as both sites are top sources of content in their spaces. Yes, some sites I visit regularly do appear in my feed in general. For example, there were some local news sites that I visited multiple times a day for the better part of a month so as to track COVID-19 in my area. I freely admit it was a compulsion. One that Google picked up on. In other words, it took a heck of a lot for Google to think I wanted that specific site or sites in my feed. Moreover, it would seem that Google doesn’t want to simply show content from the URLs you visit unless the signal otherwise is immense. This leads me to my next question… Is Discover really an SEO issue? What can you do to optimize for Google Discover? It’s almost an absurd question. I visited the same site every day and Google still didn’t include its URL in my feed. (Again, I am aware that certain behaviors will trigger a specific URL, my point is that Google is not as apt to do so as you might think.) It all points to a certain lack of control. It all points to Google specifically not wanting to pigeon-hole the content it shows in Discover. In other words, you can’t create content specifically for Discover. There’s no such concept. There’s no such control. There is no set of standardized “ranking signals” that you can try to optimize for. Optimizing your images to make sure they’re high-quality or ensuring they’re at least 1,200 pixels wide and so forth isn’t really “optimizing” for Discover. It’s merely making yourself eligible to get into the ballpark. There is no standardized path to actually get on the field. The entire idea of Discover is to offer content that’s specifically relevant to one user and all of their various idiosyncrasies. The notion of “optimizing” for something like that almost doesn't compute. Like with optimizing your images for Discover, all you can really do is position yourself. And how does one position themselves for inclusion into the Discover Feed? One of the sites that kept popping up in my feed was This makes sense as I was searching for things related to the Dallas Cowboys and clicking on all sorts of results as a consequence. However, in my “travels” I specifically did not visit Yet, once Google saw I was interested in the Cowboys, it was one of the first sites I was served with. You don’t need to be a rocket scientist to see why. What other site is more relevant and more authoritative than the official site of the franchise? If you want your site to be included in Discover, you need to be incredibly relevant and authoritative on whatever it is your site deals with. That means investing time and resources into creating unique and substantial content. It means crafting an entire strategy around creating topical identity. After all, the idea is to get Google to understand that your site deals with a given topic, deals with it in-depth, and deals with it often (i.e., the topic is closely related to who you are as a site). That sounds a heck of a lot more like “content marketing” than pure SEO, at least it does to me. A cross-discipline marketing mind meld Discover, to me, is the poster child for the merging of pure content creation and SEO. It speaks to the idea of needing a more abstract understanding of what a sound content strategy is, in order to be effective in the “Google-verse.” It’s perhaps a different sort of motion than what you might typically find in the world of pure SEO. As opposed to diving into the minute details (be it a specific technical problem or a specific aspect of content optimization), Discover urges us to take a more holistic approach, to take a step back. The way Discover is constructed advocates for a broader approach based on a meta-analysis of how a site is perceived by Google and what can be done to create a stronger profile. It’s almost the perfect blend of content, marketing, and an understanding of how Google works (SEO). Fascinating. Sign up for The Moz Top 10, a semimonthly mailer updating you on the top ten hottest pieces of SEO news, tips, and rad links uncovered by the Moz team. Think of it as your exclusive digest of stuff you don't have time to hunt down but want to read!
The global Stem Cell Market was valued at US$ 8.65 billion in 2018 and is estimated to grow at an 8.8% CAGR and will touch the value of US$ 15.63 Billion by the completion of the year 2025.During the previous insufficient years, stem cells therapy has been attaining grip all over the world.Moreover, the growing investment by community along with private groups for research actions are expected to increase the general development of the market during the nearby future.The subdivision of Autologous Stem Cell therapy was the leading sector by means of generation of income in 2018.Furthermore, growing methodical evaluations and meta-analysis revisions on reviewing the efficiency of autologous cell therapy on treatment of lower limb illnesses will more offer thrust to the market.The subdivision of Cell Acquisition technology is the elementary main step that has caused supremacy of this section.
 To order this detailed 320+ page report, please visit this link Key Inclusions A detailed assessment of the current market landscape, providing information on drug developer(s), phase of development (marketed, clinical and preclinical / discovery stage) of lead candidates, type of molecule (small molecule and biologic), type of treatment (personalized and off-the-shelf), type of therapy (monotherapy and combination therapy), type of immunotherapy, target indication, line of treatment, and route of administration of the drugs / therapies that are being developed for the treatment of cancer.Detailed profiles of developers of neoantigen targeted therapies (shortlisted on the basis of the number of pipeline products), featuring an overview of the company, its financial information (if available), a detailed description of its product portfolio and recent collaborations.In addition, each profile includes an informed future outlook.A detailed publication analysis of close to 300 peer-reviewed, scientific articles published during the period 2015-2019 (till February), highlighting the research focus within the industry.It also highlights the key trends observed across the publications, including information on target disease indications, affiliated cancer immunotherapies, and analysis based on various relevant parameters, such as study type (review article, research article and meta-analysis), year of publication, and most popular journals (in terms of number of articles published in the given time period) within this domain.An in-depth analysis of the various patents that have been filed / granted related to neoantigens till April 2019.It includes information on key parameters, such as patent type, publication year, issuing authority, assigned CPC symbol, emerging focus areas and leading industry / academic players (in terms of size of intellectual property portfolio).An analysis of the various partnerships pertaining to neoantigen targeting therapies, which have been established till March 2019, based on various parameters, such as the type of partnership, year of partnership, target disease indications, type of immunotherapy and the most active players.An analysis of the investments made, including seed financing, venture capital financing, debt financing, grants, capital raised from IPOs and subsequent offerings, at various stages of development in companies that are focused on developing neoantigen targeted therapies.Informed estimates of the existing market size and the future opportunity for neoantigen targeted therapies, over the next decade.Based on multiple parameters, such as disease prevalence, anticipated adoption of neoantigen targeted therapies and the likely selling price of such therapeutic products, we have provided informed estimates on the evolution of the market for the period 2019-2030.The report also features the likely distribution of the current and forecasted opportunity across important market segments, mentioned below:Type of target disease indicationBone cancerColorectal cancerGynecological cancerNon-small cell lung cancerRenal cell carcinomaOther cancers Type of neoantigensPersonalized neoantigensOff-the-shelf neoantigens Type of immunotherapyDendritic cell vaccinesPress Release: Variation 4 (Format 5) DNA / RNA-based vaccinesProtein / peptide-based vaccinesTIL-based therapies Route of administrationIntradermalIntravenousSubcutaneousOther routes Key geographical regionsNorth AmericaEuropeRest of the World The report also features inputs from eminent industry stakeholders, according to whom neoantigen targeted therapies are expected to be the next big step in cancer immunotherapy.
If you suffer from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), you face more than double the risk of developing dementia later in life — at least according to a new study from University College London. This study represents the first time a meta-analysis has been conducted on worldwide data related to PTSD and the related dementia risk, shedding light on yet another … Continue reading
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Organizational behavior, also called organizational reports encompasses the study of individuals and groups within an business interacting with one another.That is done by way of a systematic approach whereby the entire gamut of human relations is analyzed.This includes individual relationship with one another, class interactions and interaction between cultural techniques common in the whole organization.The purpose behind knowledge organizational conduct is to create better relationship between various neighborhoods of men and women and to reach organizational and social objectives.Different methods can be utilized along the way of knowledge business conduct and these generally include multiple regression, meta-analysis, non-parametric data, and ANOVA.It has become much more important today since persons with different cultural backgrounds need certainly to interact in an effective manner.ForeasyworkNumerous models of company conduct include autocratic, custodial, helpful and collegial.
The global genomics market is anticipated to witness a significant CAGR during the forecast period, 2019 – 2026.Medical advances in genomics technologies have shaped the life sciences market which in turn is accelerating the use of genomics.Genomics is an evolving field wherein massive changes on technological front enables researchers to combine massive pieces of human genome.Research in genomics initiated in the early 80s following the development in polymerase chain reaction that allowed scientists and researchers to illustrate the genome at an individual level.In the past two decades owing to the widening scope of gene study in humans and clinical research, next generation sequencing (NGS) has resulted in a cost decline.This approach in return alters the genomics research and opens new avenues to clinical genomics.Genomic techniques are widely used in the clinical settings and have influenced the study of infectious disease, inherited disease and cancer by conducting a meta-analysis on new analytes and enhancing the turnaround time as compared to conventional approach.Request a sample Report of Genomics Market @  There are certain trends that the market is expected to observe in 2020. i.e.
The global healthcare predictive analytics market size is anticipated to witness enlargement resulting in a high CAGR during the forecast period, 2019 – 2026.The revenue share is anticipated to cross a high mark in the upcoming years as the market witness high investments for technology and hardware.Trends such as transforming approach in the healthcare from conventional to digitization is likely to lead in the high demand for predictive analytics in the healthcare market.The meta-analysis for trends entail digital transformation, multi-focal objectives and government policies.Digitalization is one of the optimistic trends witnessed in the global market and one of the significant examples is Electronic Health Record (EHR).Data pertaining to radiology, immunology and other diagnostic measure can now be gathered and retrieved through digital mediums.The process of claim settlements are more likely to fasten up by 25%, thanks to digital media and process.Request a sample of this report @ The multi-point programme such as lessening operational costs, widening the resource access and augmenting the treatment outcomes are now addressed by healthcare organizations.
Owning a dog may increase one’s lifespan, particularly for people who live alone and who have suffered from two common health emergencies: stroke and heart attack.The findings were recently published in an American Heart Association journal where researchers detailed their work.The benefits may largely be due to the increased physical activity and decreased sense of loneliness associated with dog ownership.The research on this topic involved a new study and a meta-analysis from the American Heart Association.Cardiovascular disease is a common condition with many potential causes, the biggest contributing factors including poor diet and lack of physical activity.Dog ownership tends to help people get more activity in the form of daily walks with their pets.
Access the PDF sample of the report @ OverviewThe global precision medicine market was valued at USD 48,554.1 million in 2018, and is estimated to be valued at USD 84,590.21 million in 2024, witnessing a CAGR of 9.7%.The fundamental concept of precision medicine is to understand the genetic makeup and difference at a population level, and further at an individual level, in order to customize a drug that targets a particular gene type.Methods, such as meta-analysis, transcriptome data analysis, and RNA-seq data analysis, are employed to characterize genes, generally.Scope of the ReportPrecision medicine, a combination of molecular biology techniques and systems biology, is an emerging approach for disease treatment and prevention.The market growth for this approach is gaining momentum, as it takes into account individual variability in genes, environment, and lifestyle, for each person, while developing drugs and vaccines.Key Market TrendsOncology is Expected to hold the Highest Market Share in the Application SegmentIn the application segment of the precision medicine market, oncology is believed to have the largest market size and is expected to witness a CAGR of 10.3%, during the forecast period.Precision medicine applications are primarily directed toward better treatment against oncological diseases, with an estimated more than 30% market dominance over other segments.Former President Barack Obama, in 2015, unveiled the Precision Medicine Initiative (PMI), a bold new enterprise to revolutionize medicine and generate the scientific evidence needed to move the concept of precision medicine into every-day clinical practice.The Precision Medicine Initiative also includes ongoing efforts through the Department of Veteran’s Affairs (VA), which has enrolled over 450,000 veterans in the Million Veteran Program (MVP), a participant-driven research cohort.The Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT, and the Office for Civil Rights announced in February 2016 that they will build research and data capacity, technical tools, and policies to accelerate precision medicine, thereby, boosting the precision medicine market in the country.Competitive LandscapeThe precision medicine market is highly competitive and consists of several major players, along with a number of smaller companies.
Eating a plant-based diet may significantly lower type 2 diabetes risk, according to a newly published Harvard study.The research builds upon a growing base of studies highlighting the potential benefits of following a mostly meat-free diet, including a lowered risk of developing cardiovascular disease.There’s a big catch, however, with only certain plant-based diets offering the greatest benefits.According to a meta-analysis out of Harvard’s T.H.Chan School of Public Health, people who primarily eat plant-based foods have a lowered risk of developing type 2 diabetes, a growing health issue impacting millions of people around the world.Plant-based foods are meals that emphasize plant ingredients rather than animal-sourced ingredients, including grains, leafy greens, nuts, fruits and vegetables, and similar food items.
However, modern programmable sound recording devices are now the better option for logging animal vocalisations.Scientists lead by the University of Göttingen have investigated this using studies of birds as an example.The results were published in the journal Ecological Applications."Data collection by people is less reliable, provides only approximate values, and is difficult to standardise and verify," says first author Dr Kevin Darras from the Department of Crop Sciences at the University of Göttingen.For comparison purposes, the international research team prepared a systematic overview based on data from previous bird studies."In a previous meta-analysis, we found that recording devices could detect and identify at least as many species as traditional ornithologists using standard techniques," says Darras.
It is well-established that, on average, men outperform women on a spatial reasoning task known as mental rotation -- imagining multi-dimensional objects from different points of view.Men are not, however, born with this advantage, suggests a major meta-analysis by psychologists at Emory University.Instead, males gain a slight advantage in mental-rotation performance during the first years of formal schooling, and this advantage slowly grows with age, tripling in size by the end of adolescence."Some researchers have argued that there is an intrinsic gender difference in spatial reasoning -- that boys are naturally better at it than girls," says lead author Jillian Lauer, who is set to graduate from Emory in May with a PhD in psychology."While our results don't exclude any possibility that biological influences contribute to the gender gap, they suggest that other factors may be more important in driving the gender difference in spatial skills during childhood."Co-authors of the paper include Stella Lourenco, associate professor of psychology at Emory, whose lab specializes in the development of spatial and numerical cognition.