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Our Next National Moral Crisis

Recent studies indicate that the rate of the various types of dementia (inclusive of Alzheimer’s) afflicting the elderly are on the decrease.  However, the US population is aging.  When you combine this with increasing reliance on government funded healthcare throughout the populace, but particularly among the elderly, then you have to know that as a nation we are going to be facing numerous decisions about caring for the elderly with dementia – not just as individuals, but as a nation.
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