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Cause of death projection model

\kɑz\ \ʌv\ \dɛθ\ \prəˈʤɛkʃən\ \ˈmɑdəl\

A longevity projection model that aims to predict future changes to mortality rates by modeling the changes in causes of death.

A longevity projection model that aims to predict future changes to mortality rates by modeling the changes in causes of death. For example, the model may look at causes of death, such as cancer or heart disease, and project recent reductions in deaths due to these causes into the future.  

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