ecancermedicalscience

Special Issue

Teaching breast cancer surgery in India: challenges and opportunities

26 May 2022
Sanjit Kumar Agrawal, Piyush Ranjan, Noopur Priya, Shashank Nigam, Sumohan Chatterjee

Breast cancer (BC) incidence is increasing in India, and we need well-trained breast surgeons to deliver quality care to patients. However, BC surgery training in India is highly variable, evolving slowly and needs to be structured urgently. This article summarises the challenges and way forward for BC surgery training in India.

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