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Leading Causes of Death, 1999-2002 for Cleveland, Ring Municipalities, and Cuyahoga County

Joint report of CDPH and CCBH: Percent of deaths by cause


Tables with the leading causes of death occuring in 1999-2002 for residents of Cleveland and neighborhoods (statistical planning areas, or SPAs), Inner and Outer Ring municipalities and all of Cuyahoga County were generated as a joint project of the Cleveland Department of Public Health and the Cuyahoga County Board of Health. Click here to download the report.

These figures are not age-adjusted, so that communities with older residents may appear to have a larger percentage of deaths due to chronic conditions. However, these statistics present the burden of disease leading to death in a population.

Data was provided by the Ohio Department of Health and the Cuyahoga County Board of Health, with analysis by the Cleveland Department of Public Health.

Posted by db last modified September 24, 2007
Contributors: CDPH, CCBH and ODH


Keywords: Asthma, Cancer, Chronic Kidney Disease, County, Diabetes, HIV/AIDS, High Blood Pressure, Leading Causes of Death, Municipal, Respiratory Diseases, Statistics, Stroke

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