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The Lucile Packard Foundation for Children's Health | December 8, 2011

Child Death Rate in CA on the Decline, but Disparities Persist

While California's death rate among children and youth ages 1-24 has declined by 18% since the mid-90s, racial/ethnic disparities persist, with death rates that are substantially higher for African American/Black and Native American/Alaska Native children/youth than other racial/ethnic groups. These are among the key findings from newly updated data on

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