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The slowing pace of life expectancy gains since 1950

From Carolina Cardona and David Bishai: Background New technological breakthroughs in biomedicine should have made it easier for countries to improve life expectancy at birth (LEB). This paper measures the pace of improvement in the decadal gains of LEB, for the last 60-years adjusting for each country’s starting point of LEB. Methods LEB increases over the next 10-years […] The post The slowing pace of life expectancy gains since 1950 appeared first on Marginal REVOLUTION.
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