Lip, oral cavity and pharynx cancer death rates

per 100,000 men, 1950–2013

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    1950 Ranking
    1. Ireland 10.00
    2. Scotland 7.47
    3. Northern Ireland 7.02
    4. United Kingdom 5.90
    5. England and Wales 5.74
    6. Canada 5.10
    7. France 5.10
    8. Australia 4.86
    9. United States 4.75
    10. New Zealand 4.74
    11. Barbados 3.48
    12. Netherlands 2.30
    13. Japan 1.54
    14. El Salvador 0.70
    15. Argentina 0.03
    2013 Ranking
    1. Hungary 15.70
    2. Moldova 9.70
    3. Croatia 7.60
    4. Mauritius 6.70
    5. Portugal 6.60
    6. Poland 6.60
    7. Czech Republic 6.50
    8. Singapore 6.50
    9. Hong Kong 6.30
    10. Germany 5.10
    11. Serbia 5.00
    12. Northern Ireland 4.70
    13. Spain 4.60
    14. Austria 4.50
    15. Scotland 4.40
    16. South Africa 4.30
    17. Kyrgyzstan 3.90
    18. Japan 3.10
    19. United Kingdom 3.10
    20. Netherlands 2.60
    21. Finland 2.50
    22. Sweden 2.10
    23. Norway 2.00
    24. Kuwait 1.30
    25. Luxembourg 1.20

    Lip, oral cavity, and pharynx cancer mortality rate for males. Mortality is the number of deaths occurring in a given period in a specified population. It can be expressed as an absolute number of deaths per year or as a rate per 100,000 persons per year. Mortality data are provided by national statistical offices.

    Source: International Agency for Research on Cancer