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Socioeconomic Inequalities in Stroke Mortality Among Middle-Aged Men : An International Overview
and Purpose-Several studies observed that people from lower socioeconomic groups have higher chances of dying of stroke. There are reasons to expect that these differences are relatively small in southern European countries or in Nordic welfare states. This report therefore presents an international overview of socioeconomic differences in stroke mortality. Methods-Unpublished data on mortality by occupational class were obtained from national longitudinal studies or cross-sectional studies.doi:10.1161/01.str.29.11.2285 pmid:9804635 fatcat:4622po5yangazgeekew2xwzzru