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7. summarise the major findings Despite a considerable fall in the absolute rates, the range of inequality for total infant mortality is as great as, if not greater than, in 1911. The inequality gradient in respect of neo-natal mortality alone does not appear to have changed " A ") showed that since 1911. One analysis (Study the Class V excess over Class I had declined from 106 per cent in 1911 to 66 per cent in 1930-2. For the age groups 1-3, and 3-6 months inequality has grown, the rise being greater for the second group.

For the age groups 1-3, and 3-6 months inequality has grown, the rise being greater for the second group. At 6-12 months inequality reached its peak with a " A "). Most Class V excess of 498 per cent (Study while the has of excess been reduced all, significant for deaths under one month it has risen from 299 per cent to 498 per cent for the group 6-12 months. For all three censal periods it was found that Class V excess mortality increased regularly with age, but while the difference between the excess percentages at 0-1 and 6-12 months was 193 in 1911, it increased to 266 in 1921-3 and 432 in 1930-2.

Cheeseman, Martin and Russell have shown that for a group of diseases which they : describe as non-preventable (although as we shall indicate number of deaths from prematurity are preventable) the difference during the decennium 1921-30 later a large Statistical Review. Text. CAUSATION OF DIFFERENTIAL MORTALITY 61 between the rates in town and country during the first amounted to 4 per cent, while for children aged 6-12 months the mortality in the county boroughs was 7 per cent worse than in the rural districts.

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