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Brain Drain campaign gets coverage in Mirror and Daily Mail

Fri 31 May 2019

The Daily Mirror and the Daily Mail have run a story about teenager Lottie Butler who shared her experiences of living with fatigue for our Action for Brain Injury Week campaign - Brain Drain: Wake up to fatigue

In 2018 Lottie sustained a traumatic brain injury after a fall on a social night out with her boyfriend. Still to this day, she can't remember the sequence of events that led to the brain injury which turned her life upside down.

Like many other brain injury survivors, she now struggles with the hidden and fluctuating effects of her injury, including memory loss, difficulties concentrating and above all, fatigue.

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