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NFL Study Finds Rate of Dementia In Retired Players 19 Times Higher Then General Population

The New York Times has exposed a study commissioned by the NFL which found that Alzheimer’s disease or similar memory-related diseases appear to have been diagnosed in the league’s former players vastly more often than in the national population — including a rate of 19 times the normal rate for men ages 30 through 49.

Amazingly, the NFL and their "experts" still want to ignore the overwhelming medical evidence which has found a link between concussions and long term brain damage.

You can read the full Times story N.F.L Study Finds Links to Dementia

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