In sickness and in health: Elderly caregivers
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In sickness and in health: Elderly caregivers

Bob Treanor, an 88 year old suburban Maryland resident, became his wife's primary caregiver in 2004. After a recent fall, the responsibilities became too great and 90-year-old Ruth Treanor was moved to a nearby assisted living facility. (Kaiser Health News)

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