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Mortality rate from socially significant diseases in 2007-2017
[Смертность Населения От Социально Значимых Заболеваний В 2007-2017 Годах]

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  • Khasanova, Ramiliya (Хасанова, Рамиля)

    (The Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration)

  • Seredkina, Ekaterina (Середкина, Екатерина)

    (The Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration)

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Currently, Russia is on its way to a difficult stage, which is characterized by a natural decline in the country's population. Against the background of declining fertility potential due to the small generation of women, reducing mortality is an important way to reduce the natural population decline. Analysis of statistical data for 2007-2017 showed that against the background of the increase in life expectancy of the population of Russia, and the successful reduction of mortality from circulatory system diseases and external causes of death, there is an increase in mortality from certain socially significant diseases. The paper analyzes the mortality rate of the Russian population from socially significant diseases.

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  • Khasanova, Ramiliya (Хасанова, Рамиля) & Seredkina, Ekaterina (Середкина, Екатерина), 2019. "Mortality rate from socially significant diseases in 2007-2017 [Смертность Населения От Социально Значимых Заболеваний В 2007-2017 Годах]," Working Papers 021925, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration.
  • Handle: RePEc:rnp:wpaper:021925
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