Doctor Says India Can Reduce Breast Cancer Cases

Oct. 30 (Bloomberg) -- R. A. Badwe, the director of Mumbai's Tata Memorial Hospital and head of the surgery department, talks about a breast cancer surge in India. The country is home to 17 percent of the global population but suffers from 21 percent of the disease burden, the World Health Organization says. A story by Bloomberg's Jason Gale about the increasing number of breast cancer patients among the Indian population is featured in the December issue of Bloomberg Markets Magazine. (Source: Bloomberg)

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