Volume 19 - Article 35 | Pages 1323–1350  

An integrated approach to cause-of-death analysis: cause-deleted life tables and decompositions of life expectancy

By Hiram Beltrán-Sánchez, Samuel Preston, Vladimir Canudas-Romo

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