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Disparity in tobacco deaths

Percentage of smoking-related deaths in mixed-race (mixed black and white ancestry, generally with lower socioeconomic status) and white men (ages 35-74 years) in South Africa: 1999–2007

Tobacco-related deaths are more common in people with lower socioeconomic status. In South Africa, mixed race men tend to be of lower socioeconomic status than white men.

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