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‘Cancer due to avoidable risk factors killed 2.2 lakhs Indians in ’20’

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 28 November 2023
A study published in eClinicalMedicine reveals that nearly 2.25 lakh people died in India in 2020 due to preventable risk factors, such as alcohol consumption, tobacco smoking, excess weight, and HPV. The study, led by the cancer surveillance branch of the International Agency for Research on Cancer, also found that the maximum number of cancer deaths attributable to these risk factors occurred in China. Tobacco smoking was the main driver of preventable cancer deaths, causing over two-thirds of the deaths.
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