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Using Literal Text From the Death Certificate to Enhance Mortality Statistics: Characterizing Drug Involvement in Deaths

This report describes the development and use
of a method for analyzing the literal text from death certificates
to enhance national mortality statistics on drug-involved deaths.
Drug-involved deaths include drug overdose deaths as well as
other deaths where, according to death certificate literal text,
drugs were associated with or contributed to the death.
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