Here Ben Clench talks about the tragic incident on his holiday that left him with a traumatic brain injury. Ben talks about how he defied what the doctors told him he couldn't do. When Ben was in recovery, he completed a masters degree and has written about it to inspire and give hope to other patients like him.
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