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Model sheds new light on sports-related brain injuries

Insight into the behavioral damage caused by repeated blows to the head has been highlighted in new research. The research provides a foundation for scientists to better understand and potentially develop new ways to detect and prevent the repetitive sports injuries that can lead to the condition known as chronic traumatic encephalopathy.
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