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WHO CARES: Chronic Illness in America
WHO CARES: Chronic Illness in America

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Will DublinRachel MontCharles M. Cutler, M.D.Richard BringewattEleanor ThorntonAndrea DavisSuzanne MintzDr. Keith AblowTerrell CannonArthur CaplanDr. Pedro Jose GreerSusan Dentzer
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Andrea Davis is the family caregiver for her 79-year-old mother who suffers from chronic kidney failure and dementia. With this responsibility, plus raising an eight-year-old daughter, she has managed a career as a television writer and producer. Davis has won numerous awards for her work with WCBS-TV, New York and CBS. Among her many programs, she wrote and co-produced "The White House Millennium Evenings," a series of live broadcasts hosted by President and Mrs. Clinton.
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Andrea Davis describes the struggle to get quality home care.
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