Spanish review maps 2001 health statistics:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Cancer and cardiorespiratory diseases accounted for almost three-quarters of all deaths in Spain in 2001, according to research published in a review of national statistics. 37.2% of all Spanish deaths last year were attributable to cardiovascular conditions, 25.7% were cancer-related and 10.6% were associated with respiratory conditions, El Pais said, reporting figures published by financial group La Caixa.
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