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Alfred Abraham has had colon cancer, prostate cancer, open heart surgery and his left eye removed.
Yet at 100, he’s still alive and well. Every day, he and his partner Brian eat fruit and salad and go for walks. He and his family were planning a big party to celebrate his becoming a centenarian this past April, but the pandemic wouldn’t allow for it.
“At the present time, I’m doing very nicely despite what’s going on,” said Abraham, a former CPA and bank executive who lives in New York.
One big part of why he’s doing so well is his financial advisor, he says.
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“He’s doing a very good job for me,” Abraham said. “We talk at least once