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NFL’s Concussion Research Under Fire

More than 100 diagnosed concussions were not included in studies that formed the foundation for the NFL’s early stance on the relationship between brain injuries and long term health problems for football players.

In Brownsville, offensive linemen for Pace High School's football team hit a sled during a Sept. 11 practice.

A New York Times investigation revealed that more than 100 diagnosed concussions were not included among research studies that formed the foundation for the NFL’s early stance on the relationship between brain injuries and long term health problems for football players. (The New York Times)

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