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Network Holds Brain Injury Open House

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From combat veterans to student-athletes and anyone in between, brain injuries affect thousands of people every year.

The North Dakota Brain Injury Network held an open house in Minot today to help those dealing with brain injuries. Brain injuries are the leading cause of disabilities in the U.S.

"Each person's brain has more cells than there are people on the planet. It's very, very complex, so as a result, each individual with a brain injury has a very unique situation. It's really important to get to know that individual. They often are now dealing with themselves before their injury, and who they are now after that injury. So, they have a new normal to adjust to," says Rebecca Quinn of the North Dakota Brain Injury Network.

For information on resources available for people with brain injuries, call the North Dakota Brain Injury Network at 777-3848.

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