'Breast cancer survival rates low in rural India'
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For instance, the five-year survival rate for Indian women is about 60 per cent, in developed countries, it is 79-85 per cent. Additionally, studies have shown that Indian women develop breast cancer roughly a decade earlier than women in Western countries.