Table 3

Cumulative life-years gained across modelled interventions after 30 years

ProductIntervention scenario
LowMediumHigh
Cigarettes
 Male220 998 (126 649 to 349 480)605 807 (324 376 to 948 893)1 393 789 (745 307 to 2 129 197)
 Female94 100 (55 813 to 135 365)253 116 (143 604 to 373 964)594 876 (330 802 to 871 061)
 Total315 099 (187 503 to 483 521)858 923 (480 188 to 1 310 329)1 988 664 (1 085 734 to 2 922 101)
Beer
 Male139 135 (114 231 to 164 851)343 960 (283 361 to 407 798)543 349 (445 694 to 652 232)
 Female90 643 (39 022 to 160 670)224 102 (93 177 to 419 431)343 170 (144 342 to 654 324)
 Total229 778 (170 284 to 305 316)568 063 (412 110 to 775 560)886 520 (647 342 to 1 210 169)
SSB
 Male168 135 (−3348 to 323 562)353 577 (39 271 to 691 852)460 957 (36 850 to 946 926)
 Female172 272 (97 546 to 272 522)335 142 (178 734 to 512 763)492 202 (254 670 to 761 928)
 Total340 408 (144 787 to 526 862)688 719 (321 788 to 1079 653)953 158 (432 661 to 1547 834)
  • Uncertainty interval in brackets. We assume a discount rate of 3%.

  • SSB, sugar-sweetened beverage.