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Volume 108 - Issue 6

Improving Familial and Communal Eldercare in the United States: Lessons from China and Japan

by Hunter Bruton Available here As America struggles with healthcare reform the mid-twentieth century baby boom has blossomed into an elder boom. As our population continues to age, it becomes harder and harder to ensure better eldercare without substantially increasing costs. An often-overlooked possibility could help solve this problem: eldercare provided or supplemented by families and…

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