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Since 1990, the population of those ages 80 and older – the oldest segments of the 65-plus population – has grown more rapidly than that of the younger segments, those ages 65-79. Pew Research says by 2050, there will be nearly 400-thousand people 100 years old or older living in the U.S.

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