FROM SMOKING IN DEVELOPED COUNTRIES
Richard Peto, Alan
D. Lopez, Hongchao Pan, Jillian Boreham and Michael Thun
52 'developed' countries or groups of countries, smoking-attributed deaths
are estimated indirectly from national vital statistics,
as in Peto, Lopez et al, 1992, 1994, and http://www.deathsfromsmoking.net.
sample the tables of tobacco deaths presented for each geographic area,
click EU28 and
review the 5 pairs of pages, or go to CONTENTS,
click "Specific country ...." and choose one.
sample choosing one particular pair of pages for all 52 areas click Main tables (and
wait for downloading), or go to CONTENTS,
pair ...." and choose to download one particular type of table or figure.
five former Yugoslav republics, where historical trends may be unreliable
or are unavailable, pages showing trends are omitted.
differences between this and previous editions are due to
the use of slightly different population estimates and use of actual
(instead of estimated) national mortality data for some years.
material presented was last updated in September 2015. Further updates
to include more years of data will be made available on this website.
waiver: Any part may be reproduced without seeking permission.