• Cancer at ages 15-29 years: the contrasting incidence in India and England.

      Arora, R; Alston, R; Eden, Tim O B; Moran, Anthony; Geraci, M; O'Hara, Catherine; Birch, J; Cancer Research UK Paediatric and Familial Cancer Research Group, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK. reemaraman@doctors.org.uk (2012-01)
      There has been a steady increase in published research from Europe and North America on the epidemiology of cancers in young people. There are limited data from the developing world. We contrast the incidence of cancer at ages 15-29 years in India and England.