Death data is reshaping developing world disease prevention

by | December 15, 2017 8:26 am



About 35 million deaths go unrecorded globally, leaving dozens of nations unable to reliably track what kills their citizens. Now, innovative methods such as verbal autopsies are being rolled out to help collect data in places like the Southeast Asian nation of Myanmar, where most deaths occur at home and only a quarter are certified…

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