Dr. Christopher Giza

neurologist, UCLA

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Neurologist at the University of California, Los Angeles and co-lead author of revised guidelines for the treatment of head injuries put out by the American Academy of Neurology last year

Dr. Christopher Giza on KCRW

New research shows a clear link between playing football and brain damage. The findings have a lot of parents wondering if they should let their kids play.

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