Trauma doctor: gang violence victims as young as 11

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Trauma doctor: gang violence victims as young as 11
20th October 2014

By Ross Lydall, Chief News Correspondent and Health Editor for the Evening Standard.

Dr Asif Rahmam of St Mary's Hospital, London says that victims of gang violence coming in for treatment are sometimes as young as eleven years old and that there has been an 'exponential rise' in the number of young patients.


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