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I am struck by the diversity represented in this issue of JHTR. Topics addressed range from inflammation to genetics as mediating factors, locus of control to executive function as effects of injury, care-givers to survivors of torture among those affected and exercise to cognitive remediation as interventions. Our authors are from 4 continents. As the articles in this month’s issue reflect, traumatic brain injury is a complex biological, psychological, social and cultural issue.


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