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Czech death rate drops by 13 percent over past ten years - CSU

November 20th, 2019

The mortality rate dropped by more than 13 percent in the Czech Republic over the past ten years, people die in higher age, and cardiovascular diseases and cancer continue to be the most frequent causes of death, Terezie Styglerova, from the Czech Statistical Office (CSU), said today. She told a press conference that the three most frequent causes of death are the same for men and women, but that men die in accidents more often than women, while women more often than men die of Alzheimer's disease and other dementia and diabetes.


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