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Even if scientific advances prove extraordinary, “we are going to have to deal with the costs, workforce, and service delivery arrangements for large numbers of elders living for at least a year or two with serious disabilities.” (Photo: Shutterstock)

Within 10 years, all of the 74 million baby boomers in the United States will be 65 or older. The most senior among them will be on the cusp of 85. Even sooner—by 2025—the number of seniors (65 million) is expected to surpass that of children ages 13 and under (58 million) for the first time, according to Census Bureau projections.

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