Iraqi Casualties Estimated at 151,000
A recent national household survey conducted by The World Health Organization suggests that the number of Iraqi civilians and soldier deaths reached 151,000 between 2003 and 2006. The figure is about one-fourth of the number of deaths estimated in an earlier controversial study.
Ties Boerma, director of Measurements and Health Information Systems for the World Health Organization
Les Roberts, associate clinical professor of population and family health at Columbia University
Neil Munro, reporter for the National Journal; author of the article "The Data Bomb"
Sarah Sewall, director of the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy; lecturer in public policy at Harvard University
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