Published trends in mortality statistics

  • Michael Alderson

Abstract

This section briefly highlights a number of publications which have presented trends in mortality statistics either for specific countries or for a range of countries. Before starting this work, the literature was reviewed to see whether consolidated data had already been presented.

Keywords

Europe Tuberculosis Syphilis Haas 

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