Mother and daughter, going strong after 85 years
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Mother and daughter, going strong after 85 years

110-year-old Eddye Williams is happy to be reunited with her daughter, 85-year-old Edythe Simmons, after being separated for three years by Simmons' recovery from breast cancer in a nursing home. Both receive home visits from Dr. Eric De Jonge, part of a Washington Hospital Center program that allows the elderly and sick to be cared for at home. (Michael Ruane/The Washington Post)

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