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  1. Deaths from smoking in Croatia

  2. Deaths from smokingin Croatia • Particular emphasis is given to the number of deathsin middle age (defined as ages 35 to 69) • Available on www.deathsfromsmoking.net • This presentation provides estimates of the number of deaths caused by smoking in Croatia

  3. Source of data: “Mortality from Smoking in Developed Countries, 1950–2000” • Uses WHO mortality data for lung cancer and for other diseases, and UN population data • Updated edition of a 1994 book, authored by an international team of scientists: – Richard Peto, Professor of Medical Statistics, University of Oxford – Alan Lopez, Professor of Medical Statistics, University of Queensland – Jillian Boreham, Senior Research Fellow, University of Oxford – Michael Thun, Chief of Epidemiology, American Cancer Society www.deathsfromsmoking.net

  4. Croatia, year 2000 Annual deaths from smoking • About 5,000 die in middle age from smoking • Many of those killed in middle age would have lived on for 10, 20, 30 or more good years • About 20 years of life are lost, on average, by those killed in middle age by smoking • Smoking kills about 7,900 people a year in Croatia www.deathsfromsmoking.net

  5. 7,900smoking 2,905*non-medical Murder/assault Falls Suicide Drowning Road accidents Poisoning Plane crashes Fires Train crashes Floods/storms Accidents at work Other natural disasters Accidents at home Other accidents *in year 2000 Croatia, year 2000 Smoking causes about three times as many deaths as all non-medical causes put together www.deathsfromsmoking.net

  6. 3,000vascular (heart disease, stroke and other diseases of the arteries and veins) 3,400cancer* 700other 800respiratory *includes 2,200 (89%) ofthe 2,478 lung cancer deaths Croatia, year 2000 Smoking kills 7,900 people a year,from many different diseases www.deathsfromsmoking.net

  7. 12,000total cancer deaths 3,400 (28%)from smoking 3,100 (44%)from smoking 7,000male 300 (6%)from smoking 5,000female Croatia, year 2000 About one in four of all cancer deathsis due to smoking www.deathsfromsmoking.net

  8. Male deaths in middle age from smoking • This pattern is seen first in middle age, then in old age • The next three slides concentrate on male deathsin middle age • The main pattern of increase and, eventually, decrease in premature deaths from smoking is at a more advanced stage among men than among women www.deathsfromsmoking.net

  9. Croatia, year 2000 About one in three of all deaths inmiddle-aged men is due to smoking* *4,200 (35%) of the12,000 deaths at ages 35-69 www.deathsfromsmoking.net

  10. • 37 die in middle age* • 14 of these 37 deaths are from smoking 14 37% *risks at year 2000death rates for ages 35-69 Croatia, year 2000 Of 100 men aged 35 years … www.deathsfromsmoking.net

  11. Croatia, year 2000 Summary for the whole population In Croatia: • Smoking kills about 7,900 men and women every year • About 5,000 die in middle age from smoking • Smoking causes about three times as many deaths as all non-medical causes put together • About one in four of all cancer deaths is due to smoking www.deathsfromsmoking.net

  12. Messages for the individual smoker • Those killed in middle age lose many years • Stopping smoking works • Even in early middle age, those who stop (before they have lung cancer or some other fatal disease) avoid most of their risk of being killed by tobacco • Stopping before middle age works even better • The risk is big: about half are killed www.deathsfromsmoking.net

  13. Deaths from smoking:an electronic resource • www.deathsfromsmoking.net • Published by • International Union Against Cancer (UICC), Geneva: Switzerland, 2006 • Funded by • Clinical Trial Service Unit & Epidemiological Studies Unit (CTSU), University of Oxford • International Union Against Cancer (UICC) • Fogarty International Center, US NIH • UK Medical Research Council • Cancer Research UK • Project team Richard Peto, Judith Watt, Jillian Boreham • Project management Sinéad Jones • Advice and support Steve Woodward, Konrad Jamrozik, Lesley Walker, Trish Cotter • Design bwa-design.co.uk