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by Mike Cuthbert, January 26, 2010
Why did $100 million in federal funding for meals for seniors cover only 14 million meals?
That’s a question Prime Time Radio host Mike Cuthbert has for Kathy Greenlee, President Obama’s assistant secretary for aging.
In this wide-ranging conversation, Greenlee answers the meals question, explains why seniors should consider getting the H1N1 vaccine and the seasonal flu vaccine and talks about a new program aimed at helping seniors fight chronic disease.
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