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Long-Term Care for Utah's Elderly: Part I

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Rosalie Kane Professor, Social Work/University of Minnesota.

By Tasha Cook

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Salt Lake City, UT – Providing health care to Utah's growing aging population is one of the state's greatest challenges. On Wednesday, two of the nation's leading experts in the field of geriatric care will visit the University of Utah to present findings on the difficulties facing our long-term care system. KUER's Tasha Cook spoke recently with Dr. Rosalie Kane.
Dr. Rosalie Kane and her husband Dr. Robert Kane will present their findings Wednesday morning April 11th at 8:30 a.m. in the Saltair Room at the University of Utah's Olpin Union building.
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