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From the Publisher'In a comprehensive way the book presents the opinions of biologists, gerontologists, demographers, citizen health care professionals and politicians on longevity. The book is exciting reading which shows that our society, at the dawn of the 21st century, is on the way to adapting to the conditions and needs brought about by longevity of its population. These proceedigns are an important tool for health-care officials, economists, politicians and decision-makers in the field of social services and public welfare. Geriatricians will also profit from reading this book. They may develop a completely different approach to lognevity or life in the later days of our lives.'
Gerontology, 47:1 (2001)