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New Kantar Health Data Show Number of Newly Diagnosed Breast Cancer Patients in China Will Surpass U.S. by 2015
Date:9/30/2013

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  • “Historically, China has had one of the lowest incidence rates of breast cancer, especially when compared with Western countries,” said David Robinson, Vice President, Kantar Health. “However, incidence has risen much more quickly over the past two decades than it has in other countries, mainly due to the general aging of the population and increased adoption of Westernized diets. Our data suggest that these factors will likely lead to continued increases in incidence.”

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