I had not considered the elderly caring for each other in the Japan question. It seems more prevalent than caregivers from the middle-age "Sandwich Generation," since elderly women there are more likely to live in poverty than those in peer nations.
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Jubalyn ExWilliams lives in Pennsylvania (United States). You can find her writings and commentaries, including the one on "Squeezed in the middle in super-ageing Japan" by Elstrom et. al, at landturn.com/blog.
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