India: The Cancer Capital? Dr Narayana Subramaniam explains causes and prevention

Dr Narayana Subramaniam delves into the alarming rise in cancer cases in India, as highlighted in a recent report by Apollo Hospitals.

ByChetana Belagere

Published Jul 09, 2024 | 5:55 PM Updated Jul 09, 2024 | 5:55 PM

In this exclusive interview, Dr Narayana Subramaniam delves into the alarming rise in cancer cases in India, as highlighted in the recent “Health of the Nation 2024” report by Apollo Hospitals.

The report calls India the “cancer capital of the world” and predicts that by 2025, nearly 1.6 million Indians could be affected by cancer.

Find out the emerging reasons behind this surge and explore potential prevention strategies. Don’t miss this crucial discussion on one of the most pressing health issues India is facing today.

INTERVIEW: India dubbed ‘Cancer capital of the world’; Dr Narayana Subramaniam explains why