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How we Die: Then and Now – Comparing the Causes of Death in 1900 vs. 2010

Posted on 6 September 2014

How We Die: Then and Now In the 1900s coroners did not report any deaths from diabetes related complications and Alzheimer’s was not classified as a disease.  While in 2010, 8% of the population succumbed to Diabetes and Alzheimer’s. Read more about the ‘The Burden of Disease and the Changing Task of Medicine’ at The New England Journal of Medicine

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