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66 Percent of All Deaths in India Caused By Non-communicable Diseases: WHO [Details]

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A new study by the World Health Organization (WHO) has stated that every two seconds, someone under the age of 70 dies of a Non-communicable disease (NCD) somewhere in the world. A data portal launched along with the report revealed that NCDs are responsible for 66 percent of all deaths in the country. The report noted that a substantial number of deaths caused by N CDs can be prevented with timely intervention.
2 months ago·India

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66 Percent of All Deaths in India Caused By Non-communicable Diseases: WHO [Details]

The NCD Data Portal, that was launched alongside a recent report by World Health Organization, stated that 60.46 lakh people died from NCDs in India in 2019.

2 months ago·India
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