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Every year, thousands of people in Canada sustain an acquired brain injury (ABI). An estimated 1.3 million Canadians – or one in 26 people – are living with a brain injury, and many don’t know it. Brain injury is the number one killer and disabler of people under 44. We also know that most of those injured are young adults, and that it happens twice as often to men as it does to women.
There is still much we don’t know. Thanks to advances in health care, more injured people are surviving, but there is no cure for the after-effects or the emotional, financial and social challenges that frequently accompany an ABI.
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