Non-communicable disease burden in India as of 2010

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Number of patients in millions
Cardiac50
Diabetes63
Cancer*1.2
Stroke**0.9

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This statistic shows the non-communicable disease burden in India as of 2010. There are approximately 1.2 million new cancer cases every year in India. There are also almost one million cases of strokes every year.
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Release date
October 2013
Region
India
Survey time period
2010
Supplementary notes
* 1.2 million new cases every year.
** 0.9 million cases every year.

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