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Avoidable Mortality In New Zealand, 1981–97

M. Tobias, G. Jackson
Published 2001 · Medicine

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Objective : To describe avoidable mortality in New Zealand, including trends and variations between groups by age, gender, ethnicity and degree of deprivation.
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