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NPR Radio explores concussion issues in NFL

NPR Radio's sports program Only A Game aired today, October 3,  contains portions of an interview with me in their segment which explores the recent study which showed that former NFL players were much more likely to be diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and dementia than the non-football playing public.  Is the league and the players’ own union ignoring the health risks of playing in the NFL?  Only A Game’s Associate Producer Karen Given investigates.

You can listen to the program by clicking here.  (The NFL segment begins at 14.41 and runs until 18.40) 



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