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The American Geriatric Society has come out swinging in defense of health care for older people who might find themselves left out in the cold by potential changes to, or repeal of, the Affordable Care Act.

Although no details have been nailed down on the future of health care under the Trump administration, prior to the inauguration the AGS proactively sent letters to the president-elect and to Congress opposing any cuts that would affect seniors and the quality of their care and suggesting some tenets it said “could serve as guideposts for evaluating and responding to change” as the new administration pursues changes in health care.

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