When one looks at the average age at death, one looks only at those who actually die and ignores all those who survive. Consequently, the average age at death does not refl ect the risk of death but only expresses a characteristic of those who die.
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- (no access) - Kenneth J. Rothman-Epidemiology_ An Introduction-Oxford University Press (2012).pdf, p18
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