"Though Much is Taken" -- Reflections on Aging, Health, and Medical Care

@inproceedings{Fuchs1984ThoughMI,
  title={"Though Much is Taken" -- Reflections on Aging, Health, and Medical Care},
  author={V. Fuchs},
  booktitle={The Milbank Memorial Fund quarterly. Health and society},
  year={1984}
}
  • V. Fuchs
  • Published in
    The Milbank Memorial Fund…
    1984
  • Medicine, Business
  • Public policies regarding health care for the elderly--including the Medicare program--are reconsidered with respect to six critical areas: the number of elderly, their health status, use of medical care, labor force participation, income, and their living arrangements. 
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