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Cancer Awareness Critical among Minority Communities

India-West, Posted: Apr 29, 2009

The top variety of cancer for South Asians is prostate cancer for men and breast cancer for women, according to the California Cancer Surveillance Program. But South Asians are not comfortable about talking about cancer even within the family, said Mohna Manihar, who organizes a Relay for Life event every year in Monrovia, Calif., supported by the American Cancer Society, reports India-West.

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