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New Jersey Health Statistics
1999

TABLE M16. LEADING CAUSES OF DEATH IN 1999 AMONG RESIDENTS 25-44 YEARS OLD
NEW JERSEY,1994-1999
YEAR MALIGNANT NEOPLASMS UNINTENTIONAL INJURIES HIV DISEASE HEART DISEASE SUICIDE
TOTAL MOTOR VEHICLE

NUMBER RATE NUMBER RATE NUMBER RATE NUMBER RATE NUMBER RATE NUMBER RATE
1994 732 28.5 817 31.9 229 8.9 1,999 77.9 449 17.5 230 9.0
1995 726 28.4 874 34.2 226 8.9 2,032 79.6 473 18.5 227 8.9
1996 661 26.0 822 32.3 243 9.5 1,426 56.0 386 15.2 244 9.6
1997 649 25.4 860 33.7 244 9.5 759 29.7 408 16.0 216 8.5
1998 637 24.9 701 27.4 195 7.6 536 20.9 409 16.0 213 8.3
1999 664 26.2 628 24.8 204 8.1 523 20.7 399 15.8 234 9.2
1994-1998 data are from the NJ single cause of death file. 1999 data are from the NCHS multiple cause of death file.
1994-1998 numbers have been comparability-modified. See Table A for preliminary comparability ratios.
Death rates are computed per 100,000 estimated population aged 25-44 years.


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