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Breast Cancer in India: Where Do We Stand and Where Do We Go?
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Breast Cancer in India: Where Do We Stand and Where Do We Go?
Khokhar, Anita;
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 Abstract
This is a review article which looks into details what the actual scenario of the problem of breast cancer in our country is. As the problem is on the rise, what is the level of the preparedness at our end to tackle the problem. The articles reviews the epidemiology of breast, high risk factors, detection, diagnosis and treatment facilities also along with that screening facilities and their ground reality, awareness of the women from different walks regarding various issues of breast cancer and what intervention can be made to combat the disease.
 Keywords
Breast cancer;challenges;India;
 Language
chi
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