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Results of mortality analyses, 1980 – 2003 years (Observed deaths: Obs; expected deaths: exp; Standardized Mortality Ratios: SMR). * statistically significant (CI 95%). Results of mortality analyses by length of residence and latency period for selected causes, 1980 – 2003 years

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Results of mortality analyses, 1980 – 2003 years

(Observed deaths: Obs; expected deaths: exp; Standardized Mortality Ratios: SMR)

* statistically significant (CI 95%)

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Results of mortality analyses by length of residence

and latency period for selected causes, 1980 – 2003 years

(Observed deaths: Obs; expected deaths: exp; Standardized Mortality Ratios: SMR)

* statistically significant (CI 95%)

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Results of mortality analyses by sub-area of residence, 1980 – 2003 years

(Observed deaths: Obs; expected deaths: exp; Standardized Mortality Ratios: SMR)

* statistically significant (CI 95%)

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MORBIDITY ANALYSES , 1998 - 2003 YEARS

* lower limit of 95% Confidential Interval > 100

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MORBIDITY ANALYSES BY DURATION OF EXPOSURE AND LATENCY, 1998-2003 YEARS

* lower limit of 95% Confidential Interval > 100

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MORBIDITY ANALYSES BY DURATION OF EXPOSURE AND LATENCY, 1998-2003 YEARS

* lower limit of 95% Confidential Interval > 100

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Results of morbidity analyses by sub-area of residence,1998 – 2003 years

(Observed deaths: Obs; expected deaths: exp; Standardized Mortality Ratios: SMR)

* lower limit of 95% Confidential Interval > 100