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TheBreeze concludes,

So...living longer has the downside of paying less in medical costs per year but the same overall because of being around more years?

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No. The data showed that healthy people had about $100,000 more in lifetime medical expenses.

Average cumulative health care expenses including premiums for a 65-year-old male in excellent health can be upwards of $345,000 and the estimate for a 65-year old male in poor health is about $246,000.

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