Cohort Expected Years of Life Lost

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Cohort Expected Years of Life Lost (CEYLL) is a form of health gap that measures mortality gap using the projected cohort life expectancy for the population to specify years lost due to death at each age. The formula is as follows,
$${\rm{CEYLL }} = {\rm{ }}\sum\limits_{\chi = {\rm{0}}}^L {d_\chi e_\chi ^c } $$


Public Health Life Expectancy Social Policy Cohort Life Life Lost 
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