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Across the United States, the number of seniors is growing. In fact, according to the US Census Bureau, almost 20% of Americans will be age 65 or older by 2030. With such a fast-growing population, it's critical for our communities to address the needs and socio-economic conditions of the elderly. And for families trying to find appropriate, high-quality care for their loved ones as they age, it's important their needs are being met.

As the largest provider of senior living community reviews, we've compiled this report in order to shed light on the best and worst places in the nation for senior living. Not only have we looked at the basic, essential factors such as healthcare and affordable housing, but we've also taken a deeper look at factors like community engagement, transportation, and workforce development that drive quality of life.

What follows is an extensive examination of all 50 states and 300 cities across the United States using more than 45 different factors developed by our team of researchers and senior living experts.. 


Mesothelioma is a rare and serious cancer that affects the mesothelium, or lining, of various organs. You are at risk of developing this cancer if you have been exposed to asbestos. There is a 20-40 year latency between exposure and cancer development. Every year, there are approximately 3,000 new cases of mesothelioma in the United States.


Mesothelioma is a rare but aggressive type of cancer that occurs in the mesothelium, which is a type of membrane that lines certain organs of the body. The primary risk factor for developing mesothelioma cancer is asbestos exposure. Without treatment, the average life expectancy is only a few months. Treatment can extend this in certain patients, but mesothelioma is still considered incurable, and long-term remission is very rare. 

What Is the Life Expectancy With Mesothelioma?

The general life expectancy of mesothelioma patients is four to 18 months, but this varies from patient to patient. Your life expectancy could be longer depending on how advanced your mesothelioma is at diagnosis, what treatment options are available, and how well you respond to treatment. While there is no cure for mesothelioma, some patients have lived 10 years or longer after being diagnosed. 



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