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A commentary published in Nature Medicine estimates that climate change has killed approximately 4 million people globally since the year 2000. This number is likely an underestimate as it does not account for deaths caused by non-malarial diseases spread by mosquitoes, deadly bacteria and fungi, wildfires and wildfire smoke, mental health consequences of extreme weather, and other factors. The lack of mortality data, especially in low- and middle-income countries, hinders efforts to accurately assess the impact of climate change on human lives. The author emphasizes the need for more comprehensive research and predictive computer modeling to understand the full extent of climate-related mortality.

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