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Surgeons sent into schools on knife crime.

Surgeons sent into schools on knife crime.

Surgeons will be sent into schools under NHS plans to combat Britain’s epidemic of knife crime.

The health service has appointed its first “violence reduction” tsar in a bid to cut levels of violence, by educating children about the consequences of stabbings.

The radical schemes will also see youth workers helping victims of gang crime while they are still being treated in hospital to help break the cycle of violence  

Simon Stevens, head of the NHS, said hospitals needed to have a “wider role” acting on major issues affecting society, such as knife crime.

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