, 2.4] millions of CV deaths could be delayed each year in 2030 compared to 2010 under MFR scenario (Figure 2, Table S2). 84% of this benefit (nearly 1.3 million delayed deaths) would occur in Asia. The 0.82 millions (nearly 55%) of these belong in China and 0, 95% CI: 0.4, p.24

, Figure 2 Predicted changes in CV and respiratory mortality per 100 000 inhabitants associated with PM 2

, and O 3 , respectively, in 2030 under CLE and MFR scenarios including CRF limits (95% CI)

. By, additional CV deaths due to PM 2.5 would occur each year; nearly 7 000 in 2030 and 0.25 millions in 2050, compared to 2010. The largest increases in number of CV deaths are projected in South Asia, 85% of total Asia increases), the largest part of which belong in India

, we expect decreases in CV mortality with both scenarios. Under MFR, nearly 0.14 (0.04, 0.23) millions could be delayed in 2030 compared to 2010 (9% of total world reductions) (Figure 2) The spatial repartition of impacts for 2030 is illustrated in Figure S6, Europe

, Europe Scale, issue.2

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