Experts blame India's overburdened healthcare system for high death tolls in attacks
In India, 44 bomb blasts in six cities have killed more than 150 people since May. But medical experts say the toll would be lower if ambulance services and public hospitals had the resources to treat more people during the "golden hour," the crucial period after a trauma in which a life can be saved.
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