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As Elderly Population Continues To Grow, UF Forms New Institute On Aging

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October 21, 1999
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University Of Florida Health Science Center
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o address the many challenges faced by the state's increasing elderly population - such as the threat of Alzheimer's disease, the rising cost of prescription drugs and inaccurate public perceptions - the University of Florida has created a new Institute on Aging.

GAINESVILLE, Fla.---To address the many challenges faced by the state's increasing elderly population - such as the threat of Alzheimer's disease, the rising cost of prescription drugs and inaccurate public perceptions - the University of Florida has created a new Institute on Aging.


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University Of Florida Health Science Center. (1999, October 21). As Elderly Population Continues To Grow, UF Forms New Institute On Aging. ScienceDaily. Retrieved April 16, 2014 from www.sciencedaily.com/releases/1999/10/991020161845.htm
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