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  • Doctor says concussions aren't the issue for NFL players, it's brain damage

    Dr. Bennet Omalu was the first to document the problem of chronic traumatic encephalopathy in professional football players. The National Football League for years sought to downplay his findings. The NFL has since acknowledged it has a "concussion problem," and that it is reducing it.

Dr. Bennet Omalu was the first to document the problem of chronic traumatic encephalopathy in professional football players. The National Football League for years sought to downplay his findings. The NFL has since acknowledged it has a "concussion problem," and that it is reducing it. Andy Furillo The Sacramento Bee
Dr. Bennet Omalu was the first to document the problem of chronic traumatic encephalopathy in professional football players. The National Football League for years sought to downplay his findings. The NFL has since acknowledged it has a "concussion problem," and that it is reducing it. Andy Furillo The Sacramento Bee

See where in California sports-related concussions happen most

September 12, 2016 9:29 AM

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