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The landscape of haematological cancers in India

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Published: 10.03.20
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Dr Hemant Malhotra - Mahatma Gandhi Medical College Hospital, Jaipur, India

Dr Hemant Malhotra speaks to ecancer at the ASH 2019 meeting in Orlando.

He speaks about the lack of haematologists in India and the disparities that exist in cancer care.

Dr Malhotra discusses chronic myeloid leukaemia (CML), which is the most common type in India for reasons that are yet to be determined.

He also speaks about the educational session that he is presenting at the meeting, which will focus on the global perspective of CML.

Dr Malhotra concludes by discussing what can be done to improve disparities in care and cancer control in India.

 

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