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Chronic diseases: Years of life lost

Years of life lost due to chronic diseases in people over 60, by disease (percent of total global burden)*

by Statista Research Department, last edited Sep 15, 2009
Chronic diseases: Years of life lost 32.9 percent of all lost years of life amongst people aged over 60 suffering from chronic diseases were caused by heart disease on aggregate in 2004.
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Years of life lost due to chronic diseases in people over 60, by disease (percent of total global burden)*

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