Originally from Brazil, I have lived for the past three years in Paris. I would like to share with you my report on the elderly in France, taken last July in Arles, France. The lives of the elderly are inseparable from our own daily lives. And yet the elderly, even members of our family, are too often pushed to the side and forgotten, perhaps in an effort to forget that we will one day take their place.
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