India shoulders more cardiovascular disease (CVD) burden than any other country.1 Despite economic growth and development in the past 2 decades, the challenges of human and physical resources remain in India. There are, however, several positive trends. First, more data and more research are being gathered in a systematic way for CVD and other noncommunicable diseases from surveillance to intervention studies.
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