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Infographic: Raising the Medicare Eligibility Age to 67 Would Increase Costs and Harm Seniors
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Infographic: Raising the Medicare Eligibility Age to 67 Would Increase Costs and Harm Seniors

An infographic shows how raising the eligibility age would increase health care costs and cause harm to seniors across the country.

See also: Raising the Medicare Eligibility Age Would Harm Seniors and Increase Health Care Spending by Maura Calsyn and Lindsay Rosenthal

Lindsay Rosenthal is the Special Assistant for Health Policy and Women’s Health and Rights at the Center for American Progress. Emily Oshima Lee is a Research Associate and Policy Analyst with the Health Policy team at the Center.

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Lindsay Rosenthal

Research Assistant

Emily Oshima Lee

Senior Policy Analyst

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