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This presentation slide deck offers key facts and statistics from the RAND Military Caregivers study. The results of the study are fully documented in Ramchand R, Tanielian T, et al., Hidden Heroes: America's Military Caregivers, RAND Corporation, 2014. These charts and figures are offered in both Microsoft PowerPoint and .PDF formats for ease of insertion into other presentation slide decks.

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