In Taiwan, malignant tumor shortens lifespan the most

In Taiwan, malignant tumor shortens lifespan the most

A Taiwanese study of how certain diseases shorten the lifespan of the Taiwanese people was conducted in 2018.

In that year, the average lifespan of the Taiwanese people was 80.69 years old, 77.55 years old for men and 84.05 years old for women.

Without malignant tumor, the average lifespan was 84.6 years old, 81.87 years old for men and 87.47 years old for women.

Without heart disease, the average lifespan was 82.38, 79.24 years old for men and 85.74 years old for women.

Without pulmonary inflammation, the average lifespan was 81.71, 78.55 years old for men and 85.05 years old for women.

Without cerebrovascular disease, the average lifespan was 81.53, 78.40 years old for men and 84.87 years old for women.

Without diabetes, the average lifespan was 81.36, 78.13 years old for men and 84.83 years old for women.

Without chronic lower respiratory tract disease, the average lifespan was 81.12, 78.07 years old for men and 84.33 years old for women.

Without hypertensive diseases, the average lifespan was 81.11, 77.91 years old for men and 84.56 years old for women.

Without kidney diseases, the average lifespan was 81.08, 77.88 years old for men and 84.50 years old for women.

Without chronic liver disease and hardening of the liver, the average lifespan was 81.03, 78 years old for men and 84.25 years old for women.

 

 

 

 

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Victor Chen, herbalist, alternative healthcare lecturer, Chinese affairs analyst, retired journalist
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