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Focus on Traumatic Brain Injury: Exploring the Link Between TBI and Homelessness
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Are people with traumatic brain injury more likely to become homeless than their non-injured peers? Are homeless people more likely to experience a traumatic brain injury than the non-homeless?

Two recent studies have explored the complex linkages between homelessness and head or brain injury. And, while further research is necessary, their findings indicate that the connections between homelessness and traumatic brain injury may be significant. (VISTAS)
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