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Homeless people with brain injuries are still invisible to the NHS

Being homeless is linked to much higher rates of traumatic head injury. But professionals are still misdiagnosing and mistreating people Homelessness is on the rise and has been for the past five years, with government statistics suggesting a 55% increase in the number of people homeless in 2015. Despite this, people living on the streets still remain largely invisible to regular NHS services, leading to a big problem in health inequalities.
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