volume 7, issue 2, P104-111 2001
DOI: 10.1136/ip.7.2.104
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Abstract: AbstractObjective-This study describes epidemiologic patterns of mortality due to suicide, homicide, and war for the world in order to serve as a benchmark against which to measure future progress and to raise awareness about violence as a global public health problem. Setting-The world and its eight major regions. Method-Data were derived from The Global Burden of Disease series and the US National Center for Health Statistics to estimate crude rates, age adjusted rates, sex rate ratios, and the health burde…

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