Frequent Brain Concussion Can Lead To Suicide. Part 3 of 3

Frequent Brain Concussion Can Lead To Suicide – Part 3 of 3

Dr Russell Lonser, who led the library on Seau’s brain, told the AP that the brain was independently evaluated in a “blind” fashion, meaning it was one of three unidentified brains. “We had the opportunity to get multiple experts involved in a way that they wouldn’t be able to momentarily identify his tissue even if they knew he was one of the individuals studied”.

Last month, Boston University School of Medicine researchers reported in the journal Brain that people with CTE experience four definitive phases, beginning with memory disruption and thinking problems and ending with aggression. The Boston researchers said the condition had been diagnosed in 34 former professional players and nine former college football players vigrx top. Seau, who was divorced, played with New England, San Diego and Miami during his NFL career.

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