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Jul 10, 2024

Multi-Cancer Early Detection Market to Reach Billions by 2031, A Game Changer for Healthcare – Report by InsightAce Analytic Pvt. Ltd.

InsightAce Analytic Pvt. Ltd. announces the release of a market assessment report on the "Global Multi Cancer Early Detection Market Size, Share & Trends Analysis Report By Type (Liquid Biopsy, Gene Panel, LDT and Others), By End-Use (Hospitals, Diagnostic Laboratories, Others), - Market Outlook And Industry Analysis 2031"


The Global Multi Cancer Early Detection Market is valued at US$ 2057.31 Mn in 2023, and it is expected to reach US$ 23,743.57 Mn by 2031, with a CAGR of 35.98% during the forecast period of 2024-2031.


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Multi-cancer early detection (MCED) is an innovative cancer screening approach that uses blood tests to detect multiple cancers at an early stage. Unlike traditional screening methods that focus on specific cancer types, MCED tests identify broad cancer indicators in the blood by analyzing cell-free DNA (cfDNA) released by cancerous tumors into the bloodstream. These tests often employ machine learning algorithms to analyze cfDNA and predict the presence and type of cancer.


MCED aspires to identify various cancers at an early stage, potentially leading to better treatment outcomes and increased survival rates. This approach could be especially valuable for cancers that currently lack effective screening methods. By requiring only a simple blood test, MCED could offer a less invasive alternative to existing screening procedures like mammograms or colonoscopies. This simplicity and broad applicability make MCED a promising advancement in the early detection and treatment of cancer.


List of Prominent Players in the Multi Cancer Early Detection Market:

  • Micronoma Inc
  • Anpac Bio
  • EarlyDiagnostics, Inc
  • Early is Good (EIG)
  • Cansense
  • Freenome Holdings, Inc.
  • Oncocyte Corporation
  • SeekIn
  • Naveris
  • VESEN, Inc.
  • Grail, LLC (Illumina, Inc.)
  • Exact Sciences Corporation
  • Foundation Medicine, Inc.
  • AnchorDx
  • Guardant Health, Inc.
  • Burning Rock Biotech Limited
  • Laboratory for Advanced Medicine, Inc.
  • Singlera Genomics Inc.


Market Dynamics:



Increased public awareness of cancer and a growing emphasis on preventative healthcare are driving demand for early detection tools like MCED. Traditional cancer screenings are limited to a few types of cancers, while MCED tests address the need for a more comprehensive screening tool that can detect multiple cancers, including those that lack effective early detection methods, such as pancreatic and ovarian cancers. Increased recognition by healthcare authorities and the potential for favorable regulatory environments support the development and adoption of MCED tests. Additionally, government grants and policies that encourage innovation in cancer detection are significant drivers. Positive results from clinical trials demonstrating the efficacy and reliability of MCED tests in detecting multiple cancers early can further drive acceptance and adoption by healthcare providers and patients.



MCED shows promise in labs, large-scale clinical trials are needed to confirm its effectiveness in real-world settings.  These trials will determine if MCED reduces cancer deaths and improves patient outcomes. One major challenge is the lack of large-scale clinical trials proving that these tests can reduce cancer mortality rates. Without this evidence, gaining widespread acceptance and trust from healthcare providers and patients is difficult.


Regional Trends:

North America dominates the multi-cancer early detection market. This strength stems from the region's exceptional research and development capabilities, which have accelerated advancements in MCED technology. Additionally, high patient awareness regarding cancer and the importance of early detection, along with a robust healthcare infrastructure, contribute to North America's promising market growth.  In addition to this, The multi-cancer early detection market is experiencing the most rapid growth in the Asia Pacific region. The Asia-Pacific region is additionally witnessing an increasing burden of cancer. Factors such as population aging, environmental factors, and lifestyle changes contribute to this increase. By facilitating early detection and potentially enhancing patient outcomes, MCED presents a plausible solution to this challenge.


Recent Developments:

  • In March 2024, Naveris, Inc., declared the NAVigate-HPV Registry's opening. The NavDx® test, the first and only clinically validated circulating Tumor Tissue Modified Viral (TTMV®)-HPV DNA blood test, will be improved and its uses expanded by this creative project.
  • In Feb 2024 — Freenome, declared that $254 million more had been contributed by both new and existing investors. With this funding, Freenome may continue to develop its multiomics platform-based pipeline of early detection tests for individual cancers and customized multi-cancers.
  • In Nov. 2023, SeekIn Inc., revealed the validation studies, which assess SeekInCare's capacity to identify cancer patients and determine the tissue of origin using a single blood tube. The investigations comprise of a retrospective cohort and a prospective cohort. The findings show how well SeekInCare performs, with consistent outcomes across the two cohorts of about 2,400 cancer patients and non-cancer individuals.


Segmentation of Multi Cancer Early Detection Market-

By Product

  • Liquid Biopsy
  • Gene Panel, LDT and Others

By End-users:

  • Hospitals
  • Diagnostic Laboratories
  • Others


By Region-

North America-

  • The US
  • Canada
  • Mexico


  • Germany
  • The UK
  • France
  • Italy
  • Spain
  • Rest of Europe


  • China
  • Japan
  • India
  • South Korea
  • South East Asia
  • Rest of Asia Pacific

Latin America-

  • Brazil
  • Argentina
  • Rest of Latin America

 Middle East & Africa-

  • GCC Countries
  • South Africa
  • Rest of Middle East and Africa