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Maine Mortality Rates Maine State Mortality Rates 1999-2006

Maine Hispanic (2186-2) Female

Maine Hispanic (2186-2) Male

Maine White Female

Maine White Male

 
In Maine, AIDS and HIV cases on Rise State officials say the number of people in Maine living with HIV/AIDS has never been higher, reflecting a nationwide trend. State Bureau of Health statistics show more than 500 people diagnosed with AIDS in Maine and 700 with HIV.  
Maine Injured Workers Ass. Occupational disease is the insurance industry's bugaboo. The dark revelation that more than 100,000 Americans are dying each year from this cause has frightened insurance executives. They are apprehensive about the increasing awareness of the contribution of the work environment to the development of many diseases. Substances that we regarded as safe are now known to cause cancer. Heart disease once thought to be strictly non-work-related, is now being linked to stresses at work. If workers' compensation insurers had to pay for any large percentage of the appalling toll of occupational disease, their margins of profit would be seriously affected.  
Two Maine Inmates Plan to sue State to Receive Hepatitis C Treatment in Current Facility Two prisoners at the Bolduc Correctional Facility n Maine are planning to file a lawsuit against the state for not providing hepatitis C treatment at the facility, the  Daily News reports. In order to be treated for hepatitis C, the two inmates would have to be transferred to the Maine State Prison in Warren,  
 

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