Bob Stern

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Professor of neurology and neurosurgery at Boston University, and co-founder of its Center for the Study of Traumatic Encephalopathy 

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Massive audiences are tuning into the NFL playoffs with the Superbowl just three weeks away.

The NFL and Brain Damage

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Massive audiences are tuning into the NFL playoffs with the Superbowl just three weeks away.  At the same time, new medical evidence suggests the repeated physical blows some fans may…

The NFL and Brain Damage

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