Differential mortality in Australia : with special reference to the period 1970-1972
The overall mortality in the developed countries is now at the lowest level ever recorded. It is believed that any significant gain in longevity in these countries can be achieved only through a better understanding of the fundamental processes of ageing. However, despite low mortality, various socio-economic groups of the population in these countries still exhibit considerable mortality differentials. There is some evidence to suggest that such differentials have even increased...[Show more]
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