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In part, these concerns stem from fears of an extended life consisting of disability, disease, destitution, and dependence in old age. To alleviate this fear, aging research must focus on maintaining the healthy middle years of life—that is, on seeking a life of high quality, not merely an extended life perse. Research plans are required that integrate the biology of aging with clinical conditions as well as with the social and behavioral aspects of aging in order to improve the quality of life in aging.
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