Indian contribution to breast cancer research: a bibliometric analysis

Ram, Shri

Abstract

Based on breast cancer research data obtained from Scopus multidisciplinary database, it is seen that with 6696 (1.82% global share) articles from India on breast cancer during 1975-2014, India ranks 12th in the world in terms of research paper output. About 80% of the Indian publications appeared during the period 2004-14. Hospitals are more productive with Tata Memorial Hospital publishing the highest number of papers during the period. About 30.35% Indian publications are a result of international collaboration with 94 countries.


Keyword(s)

Breast Cancer; Tumor; India; Bibliometrics

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