August 29, 2015


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The concussion conundrum

Awareness is improving, but exactly how the brain is damaged remains a medical mystery

Dr. Charles Tator: 'After all of this time, no one can point which part of the brain is affected by a concussion and no one can say exactly what the mechanism is.'

KEITH BEATY / TORONTO STAR

Dr. Charles Tator: 'After all of this time, no one can point which part of the brain is affected by a concussion and no one can say exactly what the mechanism is.'

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