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Individuals with dementia more likely to die at home than in nursing homes

A new study from the Regenstrief Institute and Indiana University has found that, at time of death, individuals with dementia are more likely to be living at home than in a nursing home. This contradicts the commonly held view that most individuals with dementia in the United States eventually move to nursing homes and… Individuals with dementia more likely to die at home than in nursing homes   



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