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Dec 14, 2009


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Have these figures excluded infant mortality?

Michael W. Kruse

I understand this to be the life expectancy of people at their 65th birthday. So yes, I think IM is not a factor. People who live to 65 in OECD can on average expect to live to be 85.

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