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06/24/2013 01:28 pm ET

More Men Take On Caregiver Role

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PHOENIX -- Ed Mitchell knew that in the next 10 days, he needed to take his wife, who has Alzheimer's disease, to music therapy, take his aging father to get a pedicure and take his grown son for kidney dialysis. He also needed to get to the grocery store, stop by the pharmacy, meet with the hospice nurse about his mother and attend a meeting in downtown Phoenix early one morning.

He would need help.

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