YES, we are living longer. The average global life expectancy around the world has risen to 71.5 (in 2013), from 65.3 (in 1990). This rise can be attributed to progress across a variety of illnesses, with the positive impact affecting all regions except the sub-Saharan Africa, which was hit by deaths from HIV/AIDS. Unfortunately, the study also found that major chronic conditions have been causing more deaths. These conditions include but not limited to liver cancer caused by hepatitis C, chronic kidney disease, diabetes, and pancreatic cancer.
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