U.S. facing challenges of funding long-term care
Owen Fairclough

Many countries around the world are fast approaching an aging crisis.

The baby boomer generation - those born in the 20 years or so after the Second World War - account for an increasing share of the elderly population.

And the U.S is no exception. But how to pay for their care is proving difficult.

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