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Rates of TBI-related Deaths by Sex — United States, 2001–2010

Rates of TBI-related deaths decreased for both men and women between the years 2001–2010.  During these ten years, rates in men decreased from 27.8 to 25.4 per 100,000 and rates in women decreased from 9.6 to 9.0 per 100,000.  In each year, men had more than twice the rate of TBI-related deaths compared to women.

The data in this graph is contained in the table below.

Men Women
2001 27.8 9.6
2002 27.4 9.5
2003 27.2 9.6
2004 26.8 9.8
2005 27.8 9.7
2006 27.2 9.5
2007 27.0 9.5
2008 26.5 9.1
2009 25.5 9.1
2010 25.4 9.0
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