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Mortality Database as of 10-Jun-2012
Topic Started: 10 Jun 2012, 21:55 (685 Views)
Mark E. Muir
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Robert D. Young
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Age 114 takes the lead, again.

It will be interesting to see if the current 115-year-olds can make it to 116. One death at age 115 would raise the rate at age 115 while lowering the rate at age 114.

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