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July-September 2016 | Vol 5 | Issue 3

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   ISSN: Print - 2278-330X, Online - 2278-4306

Editorial Commentary
Breast cancer: Indian experience, data, and evidence
Breast cancer is now the most common cancer in Indian women, [1] having recently overtaken cervical cancer in this respect. It is therefore in fitness of things that Rangarajan et al. have attempted a...
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Review Article
Breast cancer: An overview of published Indian data
The Incidence of breast cancer has been steadily increasing in the last two decades, more so in urban areas of the sub-continent. Cancer ceters across the country have large numbers of patients being ...
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Review Article
Lung cancer in the Indian subcontinent
Smoking tobacco, both cigarettes and beedis, is the principal risk factor for causation of lung cancer in Indian men; however, among Indian women, the association with smoking is not strong, suggestin...
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Lung cancer in India: Current status and promising strategies
Lung cancer is a leading cause of death globally. It is also a major healthcare problem in India. [1] An online search using the words "lung cancer India" yielded the following hits on 20 th February ...
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Editorial Commentary
Head and neck oncology: The Indian scenario
Head and neck cancers are a significant problem in our country constituting approximately one-third of all cancer cases in contrast to 4-5% in the developed world. Paradoxically, however, management o...
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