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first_img (ABC NEWS)- The Centers for Disease Control says that researchers are revisiting a highly cited study of suicide rates by occupation – including farmers – that was published in 2016, saying that problems with the data could have led to inaccurate findings.Multiple news organizations, including ABC News, and lawmakers cited the study’s findings that farmers faced higher-than-average suicide rates.But the CDC office that manages information related to injuries and deaths in the U.S. said the authors informed them some of the results could be inaccurate and are going through a “thorough reanalysis” of the data. Tumblr Facebook Next PostProtester who climbed Statue of Liberty charged in federal court HealthNewsWatch CDC says authors ‘revisiting’ highly cited study on suicide rates including farmer suicide rates By Daniella HankeyJul 06, 2018, 04:36 am 317 0 Twitter Google+ Daniella Hankeylast_img

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