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Epidemiology of cancer in India

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Published: 18.02.20
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Prof. Rajesh Dikshit - Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai, India

Prof Rajesh Dikshit speaks to ecancer at the Choosing Wisely: Value added cancer care for India event in Delhi about the epidemiology of cancer in India.

He describes the difference in cancer incidence rates between rural and urban India and also geographically across the country.

Prof Dikshit closes by questioning 'why are incidence rates increasing/declining for some of the cancer sites?' and 'why are mortality rates so constant?'.

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