RNA-based treatments have received a lot of popularity in recent years because of their potential to cure a wide range of chronic diseases like cancer, diabetes, AIDS, tuberculosis, and certain cardiovascular ailments, as well as uncommon and hereditary abnormalities. RNA-based treatments have been investigated as a viable treatment option for difficult-to-treat disorders, despite being in the clinical development phase.
The therapies are being developed using promising technologies such as RNA interference (RNAi), antisense technology, and SMaRT technology. RNAi and antisense technology are gaining popularity in the research business because they give the base sequence for developing RNA therapeutics. The potential for RNA to be employed for therapeutic purposes has been explored, and specific problems have arisen during drug discovery and the implementation of RNA therapies.
The Global RNA Based Therapeutic Market size is expected to reach $11.4 billion by 2027, rising at a market growth of 15.1 ?GR during the forecast period. North America dominated the market by accounting for the largest revenue share. Research efforts for RNA-based treatments are expected to increase in North America as a result of a strong infrastructure for developmental research, the availability of substantial research funds, and increased government initiatives toward RNA-based medicines.
Demand is fueled by the presence of a large number of patients with infectious and chronic diseases. The desire for cures for infectious diseases and cancer is projected to influence the growth of the global RNA-based therapies and vaccine market. Moreover, according to the data shared by the WHO, Cancer is the second biggest cause of death worldwide, accounting for 9.6 million fatalities in 2018, or one in every six deaths. Men’s cancers include lung, colorectal, stomach, prostate, and liver cancer, whereas women’s cancers include breast, lung, cervical, colorectal, and thyroid cancer. In addition, the patient pool is large, which is expected to be another growth factor for the worldwide RNA-based therapies and vaccine market in the approaching years.