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Grundy E, Murphy M. Marital status and family support for the oldest-old in Great Britain. In: Robine J-M, Crimmins EM, Horiuchi S, Yi Z, editors. Human Longevity, Individual Life Duration and the Growth of the Oldest-Old Population. Springer; 2006. p. 415-436.
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Grundy E, Tomassini C. Fatherhood history and later life health and mortality in England and Wales: a broad linkage study. Social Biology 2006; 53 (appeared in 2009 (3-4): 189-205. View abstract. Download this document (PDF).
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