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  Carers 27 January 2005  
Winning Women's Votes
what can be done to improve the support offered to carers?

There are six million people - most of them women - caring for sick and incapacitated relatives across the UK, often at the expense of their own health and prosperity. It's estimated the work they do saves the Treasury fifty-seven billion pounds a year.

In the latest in our series on Winning Women's Votes, Woman's Hour asks what a future government could do to improve the support offered to carers.

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