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Number of deaths in Norway 2017, by cause of death and gender

Number of deaths due to illness in Norway in 2017, by cause of death and gender (per 100,000 inhabitants)

by F. Norrestad, last edited Dec 20, 2018
Number of deaths in Norway 2017, by cause of death and gender This statistics shows the number of deaths due to illness in Norway in 2017 per 100,000 inhabitants, by cause of death. Men had a higher number of deaths for all causes. The cause of death with the largest difference between the genders was for cardiovascular diseases, where men had 57 cases and women 24 per 100,00 inhabitants. The leading cause of death for both men and women in 2017 was cancer, with 103 cases of men and 92 cases of women per 100,000 inhabitants.
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Number of deaths due to illness in Norway in 2017, by cause of death and gender (per 100,000 inhabitants)

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by F. Norrestad, last edited Dec 20, 2018
This statistics shows the number of deaths due to illness in Norway in 2017 per 100,000 inhabitants, by cause of death. Men had a higher number of deaths for all causes. The cause of death with the largest difference between the genders was for cardiovascular diseases, where men had 57 cases and women 24 per 100,00 inhabitants. The leading cause of death for both men and women in 2017 was cancer, with 103 cases of men and 92 cases of women per 100,000 inhabitants.
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