300 dpi 4 col x 11.5 in / 196x292 mm / 667x994 pixels Michael Hogue color illustration of caregiver pushing an elderly woman's wheelchair. The Dallas Morning News 2004

With MED-ALZHEIMERS, The Dallas Morning News by Bob Moos


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300 dpi 4 col x 11.5 in / 196x292 mm / 667x994 pixels Michael Hogue color illustration of caregiver pushing an elderly woman's wheelchair. The Dallas Morning News 2004 With MED-ALZHEIMERS, The Dallas Morning News by Bob Moos KEYWORDS: krtbusiness business krtdemographic demographic krthealthmed krtnational national krtalzheimer alzheimer's disease alzheimer krthealth health krtseniorhealth krtseniors senior citizen krt old age sickness illness aging alzheimers coddington hogue moos da contributed edad elderly grabado illustration ilustracion negocios nursing home old age social security viejo wheelchair 2004 krt2004 KRT
300 dpi 4 col x 11.5 in / 196x292 mm / 667x994 pixels Michael Hogue color illustration of caregiver pushing an elderly woman's wheelchair. The Dallas Morning News 2004 With MED-ALZHEIMERS, The Dallas Morning News by Bob Moos KEYWORDS: krtbusiness business krtdemographic demographic krthealthmed krtnational national krtalzheimer alzheimer's disease alzheimer krthealth health krtseniorhealth krtseniors senior citizen krt old age sickness illness aging alzheimers coddington hogue moos da contributed edad elderly grabado illustration ilustracion negocios nursing home old age social security viejo wheelchair 2004 krt2004 KRT

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