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[Articles] Is late-life dependency increasing or not? A comparison of the Cognitive Function and Ageing Studies (CFAS)

19:38 EDT 15 Aug 2017 | The Lancet

On average older men now spend 2·4 years and women 3·0 years with substantial care needs, and most will live in the community. These findings have considerable implications for families of older people who provide the majority of unpaid care, but the findings also provide valuable new information for governments and care providers planning the resources and funding required for the care of their future ageing populations.

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