“We compare rates of firearm-related homicides and non-fatal shooting injuries among military-age males (i.e., young adults aged 18 to 29 years) in selected parts of 4 major US cities with rates of death and injury faced
There were 1,110,421 firearm fatalities during this period, 85% among males
The data is from the CDC’s National Vital Statistics; the years of life lost were based upon the difference in the age of death versus an average age of death of 80. I’ll let the graphs speak first and catch you on the other side.
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