Letter to the Editor

Escape from the Darkness: The Need to Provide Elder-friendly Care Policies in Iran

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ARAB-ZOZANI M, ALIZADEH KHOEI M, JANATI A. Escape from the Darkness: The Need to Provide Elder-friendly Care Policies in Iran. Iran J Public Health. 2018;47(6):934-935.