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Unpaid caregivers need “greater recognition and expanded access to supportive services” if they’re to meet the needs of the people they care for. (Photo: Thinkstock)

A new study reveals not only do unpaid end-of-life caregivers provide far more care to the people they care for than paid caregivers, but older adults at the end of their lives “were not significantly more likely than other older adults to receive caregiving funded by government, state, or private insurance.”

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