Human Reproductive Technologies Market to Reach US$27.1 billion by 2019 with Strong Growth in U.S.

Human Reproductive Technologies Market to Reach US$27.1 billion by 2019 with Strong Growth in U.S.

A new market research report on human reproductive technologies has been released by Transparency Market Research, a U.S.-based business intelligence firm. The report provides an in-depth assessment of global market conditions over the forecast period 2013-2019. According to the market study, the worldwide global human reproductive technologies market presents a CAGR of 2.2% over the forecast period and is estimated to reach a value of US$27.1 billion by 2019.The 125-page market report titled “Human Reproductive Technologies Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Procedures, Growth, Trends and Forecast, 2013 - 2019”, is a detailed study of the human reproductive technology global market.

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The report includes analysis of the global market for devices, treatment systems, and drugs supplied by providers of infertility treatments and contraceptive methods. Human reproductive technologies market includes techniques to control pregnancies. It also includes treatment therapies for infertility through artificial or semi-artificial medical methods. The treatments for infertility can involve males and females. According to the research report, the human reproductive technology market is witnessing a rise in demand due to various factors. The factors impelling the human reproductive technology market include significant increase in infertility worldwide, due to lifestyle changes and hazardous habits such as smoking and alcohol consumption, unwanted pregnancy or delayed pregnancy choices, use of contraceptives and government or NGO-sponsored initiatives for contraception. Other factors include the effects of pollution, stress, and lack of timely access to contraceptive methods and prevalence of obesity worldwide.

The report divides the market segments for human reproductive...

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