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ABC News
After Gronkowski injury, here's what you need to know about concussionstrauma. Symptoms of CTE include memory loss, mood changes or even suicidal thou
ABC News / Posted 11 hours ago
trauma. Symptoms of CTE include memory loss, mood changes or even suicidal thoughts. According to the Boston University CTE Center, there may be some similarities between Alzheimer’s disease and CTE. A recent study from the same group found... Read more
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Daily Mail
Did NBC dump Bob Costas from Super Bowl for concussion talk?announced its on-air team for Super Bowl LII on Monday, Costas was nowhere to b
Daily Mail / Posted 17 hours ago
announced its on-air team for Super Bowl LII on Monday, Costas was nowhere to be seen Research by the Boston University CTE Center revealed 110 out of 111 deceased former NFL players whose brains were studied were found to have the... Read more
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KAIT Jonesboro
Study finds CTE may be caused without concussionsparents of young athletes and families of current and former NFL players. Dr.
KAIT Jonesboro / Posted 2 days ago
parents of young athletes and families of current and former NFL players. Dr. Ann McKee, director of Boston University’s CTE Center and a co-author on this current study said, to reduce CTE risk in contact sport athletes and military veterans,... Read more
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The Janesville Gazette
Wisconsin man struggles with effects of football injuriesin the past decade, CTE isn't a new problem, said Dr. Ann McKee, one of the lea
The Janesville Gazette / Posted 3 days ago
in the past decade, CTE isn't a new problem, said Dr. Ann McKee, one of the lead researchers with the Boston University CTE Center. Doctors first started noticing the symptoms of CTE nearly 100 years ago, in people who were sustaining blows to... Read more
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New York Daily News
Nick Buoniconti says kids shouldn’t play tackle footballthe number of head impacts,” Dr. Ann McKee, chief of Neuropathology at Boston V
New York Daily News / Posted 4 days ago
the number of head impacts,” Dr. Ann McKee, chief of Neuropathology at Boston VA Healthcare System and the director of BU’s CTE Center, said of the latest study, which she co-authored with Dr. Lee Goldstein. “The continued focus on concussion and... Read more
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Daily Mail
Athletes struggle to walk away amidst CTE concernsduring his time in the NFL but was still posthumously diagnosed with a severe c
Daily Mail / Posted 4 days ago
during his time in the NFL but was still posthumously diagnosed with a severe case of the CTE by Boston University’s CTE Center. The situation is particularly problematic for players such as offensive lineman, who experience thousands of... Read more
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CBS News
Head impact, not just concussion, may lead to CTEDr. Ann McKee. She is chief of neuropathology for the Boston VA Healthcare Syst
CBS News / Posted 4 days ago
Dr. Ann McKee. She is chief of neuropathology for the Boston VA Healthcare System and director of Boston University's CTE Center. "The continued focus on concussion and symptomatic recovery does not address the fundamental danger these... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
It's not concussions that cause CTE. It's repeated hits, a study findsto connect repeated head trauma to neurological damage in football players. A
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted 5 days ago
to connect repeated head trauma to neurological damage in football players. A recent evaluation from Boston University's CTE Center found that 110 of 111 former NFL players had been diagnosed with the disease. However, there is a potential bias,... Read more
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WAFB Baton Rouge
Study finds CTE may be caused without concussionsparents of young athletes and families of current and former NFL players. Dr.
WAFB Baton Rouge / Posted 5 days ago
parents of young athletes and families of current and former NFL players. Dr. Ann McKee, director of Boston University’s CTE Center and a co-author on this current study said, to reduce CTE risk in contact sport athletes and military veterans,... Read more
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KPLC Lake Charles
Study finds CTE may be caused without concussionsparents of young athletes and families of current and former NFL players. Dr.
KPLC Lake Charles / Posted 5 days ago
parents of young athletes and families of current and former NFL players. Dr. Ann McKee, director of Boston University’s CTE Center and a co-author on this current study said, to reduce CTE risk in contact sport athletes and military veterans,... Read more
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Live 5 News Charleston
Study finds CTE may be caused without concussionsparents of young athletes and families of current and former NFL players. Dr.
Live 5 News Charleston / Posted 5 days ago
parents of young athletes and families of current and former NFL players. Dr. Ann McKee, director of Boston University’s CTE Center and a co-author on this current study said, to reduce CTE risk in contact sport athletes and military veterans,... Read more
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Hawaii News Now
Study finds CTE may be caused without concussionsparents of young athletes and families of current and former NFL players. Dr.
Hawaii News Now / Posted 5 days ago
parents of young athletes and families of current and former NFL players. Dr. Ann McKee, director of Boston University’s CTE Center and a co-author on this current study said, to reduce CTE risk in contact sport athletes and military veterans,... Read more
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ABC 7 El Paso
Repeated hits, not concussions, cause CTE, study findsto connect repeated head trauma to neurological damage in football players. A
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted 5 days ago
to connect repeated head trauma to neurological damage in football players. A recent evaluation from Boston University's CTE Center, of which Goldstein is a part of, found that 110 of 111 former NFL players had been diagnosed with the disease.... Read more
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New York Daily News
Study further cements link between CTE & repetitive head traumathe number of head impacts," Dr. Ann McKee, chief of Neuropathology at Boston V
New York Daily News / Posted 5 days ago
the number of head impacts," Dr. Ann McKee, chief of Neuropathology at Boston VA Healthcare System and the director of BU's CTE Center, said of the latest study, which she co-authored. "The continued focus on concussion and symptomatic recovery does... Read more
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Daily Mail
'Concussion is a red herring' for CTE: Repeated hits are the problemPatriots player killed himself in April 2017 while serving life in prison for m
Daily Mail / Posted 5 days ago
Patriots player killed himself in April 2017 while serving life in prison for murder. In September, Dr Ann McKee of the CTE Center at Boston University posthumously diagnosed Hernandez with chronic traumatic encephalopathy, a football-linked... Read more
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BBC News
Bible verse mystery in ex-NFL star's deathtold reporters on Thursday the family wants to donate the brain to Boston Unive
BBC News / Posted 6 days ago
told reporters on Thursday the family wants to donate the brain to Boston University's Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) Center, which studies the progressive degenerative disease that is found in people with a history of repetitive brain... Read more
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New York Daily News
NFL needs to hit Panthers with steep penaltyin the eye' is the greatest storyline in the history of sports," Chris Nowinksi
New York Daily News / Posted 15 days ago
in the eye' is the greatest storyline in the history of sports," Chris Nowinksi, the co-founder of the Boston University CTE Center, said on Twitter. "And I'm saying that as a former WWE wrestler. Watch the video, you don't collapse after that... Read more
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CBS News
Scientists seek veterans for final act of servicediscovery that could have far-reaching implications on the football field and t
CBS News / Posted 15 days ago
discovery that could have far-reaching implications on the football field and the battlefield.RESOURCES Boston University CTE Center: https://www.bu.edu/cte/ Concussion Legacy Foundation: https://concussionfoundation.org/ For families who wish... Read more
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CBS News
Combat veterans coming home with CTEby Ashley Velie. Associate producer, Dina Zingaro. For families who wish to do
CBS News / Posted 15 days ago
by Ashley Velie. Associate producer, Dina Zingaro. For families who wish to donate a brain for research please contact the CTE Center/Brain Bank Directly: Bobbie Abdolmohammadi - 617-414-1184 Laney Evers - 617-414-1187 To sign up to pledge to... Read more

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