1. Editor's Introduction to the Special Issue
  2. Muriel R. Gillick
  3. pp. 457-463
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  1. Aging as Problem and as Mystery
  2. David Barnard
  3. pp. 464-477
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  1. Primary Prevention with a Capital P
  2. S. Jay Olshansky, Bruce A. Carnes
  3. pp. 478-496
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  1. Where Has It Gone?: Writing, Loss, and Old Age
  2. Daniel Callahan
  3. pp. 497-502
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  1. Serving the Very Sick, Very Frail, and Very Old: Geriatrics, Palliative Care, and Clinical Ethics
  2. Alexander K. Smith, Guy Micco
  3. pp. 503-518
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  1. Organizing Eldercare for Geographic Communities
  2. Sarah Slocum, Joanne Lynn
  3. pp. 519-529
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  1. Merchants of Health: Shaping the Experience of Illness Among Older People
  2. Muriel R. Gillick
  3. pp. 530-548
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  1. "Losing My Self": A Poet's Ironies and a Daughter's Reflections on Dementia
  2. Sharon R. Kaufman
  3. pp. 549-568
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  1. Cognitive Aging: What We Fear and What We Know
  2. Dan G. Blazer II
  3. pp. 569-582
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  1. A Tale for Our Times: From the Bronx to Chicago in 76 Years
  2. Martha Holstein
  3. pp. 583-594
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  1. Social Determinants of Health at Older Ages: The Long Arm of Early and Middle Adulthood
  2. Lisa F. Berkman, Yenee Soh
  3. pp. 595-606
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  1. No Country for Old Men: Four Challenges for Men Facing the Fourth Age
  2. Thomas R. Cole, Ben Saxton
  3. pp. 607-614
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  1. Modern Death Retold
  2. Joseph B. Fanning
  3. pp. 615-620
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