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Mortality in Latin America: Differentials by sex and age

The measurement and analysis of mortality, in addition to being key components of population dynamics, are of interest to a number of disciplines and fields of action, including health, social security and social policies as a whole. This broad interest reflects the fact that life is the most highly prized asset for everyone, hence the significant efforts to postpone death and minimize its individual and social impact. Mortality is, moreover, an indicator of the health situation and living conditions of the population.

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