Predicted Alzheimer's prevalence makes LTC more attractive

September 2003
Employee Benefit News;9/15/2003, Vol. 17 Issue 12, p65
Discusses how the prevalence of Alzheimer's disease boosts the purchase of long-term care (LTC) policies in the U.S. Projected increase in the rate of Alzheimer's sufferers by 2020; Effect of the prevalence of Alzheimer's diseases on businesses; Importance of LTC insurance.


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