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Table 2 Three countries with the highest and lowest means of incidence, death, or DALYs

From: Measuring the global, regional, and national burden of multiple myeloma from 1990 to 2019

Measure Top three countries Bottom three countries
2019ASR (per 100,000 people)
 ASIR Monaco (14.95) Barbados (8.57) Dominica (7.25) Kyrgyzstan (0.62) Mali (0.66) Mongolia (0.67)
 ASDR Monaco (9.81) Barbados (6.17) Dominica (5.89) Kyrgyzstan (0.55) Palau (0.59) Mongolia (0.60)
 Age Standardized DALY Rate Monaco (199.23) Barbados (139.63) Dominica (132.87) Kyrgyzstan (13.33) Thailand (14.67) Palau (14.71)
Percentage change in rates from 1990 to 2019
 ASIR Belarus (1.45) Jamaica (1.24) Estonia(1.11) Bahrain(−0.24) Northern Mariana Islands(− 0.23) Guam (− 0.22)
 ASDR Jamaica (1.12) Belarus (1.07) Estonia(0.79) Bahrain(−0.32) Jordan(−0.28) Northern Mariana Islands (− 0.52)
 Age Standardized DALY Rate Jamaica (1.18) Belarus (1.09) Turkmenistan (0.96) Bahrain(−0.35) Jordan(−0.29) Northern Mariana Islands (− 0.26)
1990–2019 increase cases times
 Incidence United Arab Emirates (9.85) Qatar (8.39) Djibouti (4.05) Tokelau (−0.09) Niue (−0.01) Nauru (0.11)
 Death United Arab Emirates (8.63) Qatar (6.63) Djibouti(3.33) Tokelau (−0.15) Niue (−0.09) Nauru (0.04)
 DALYs United Arab Emirates (9.35) Qatar (6.65) Djibouti (3.75) Tokelau (−0.12) Niue (−0.06) Nauru (0.09)