Members of the House Judiciary Committee held a hearing in Detroit Monday on the links between football injuries and brain disease. Dr. Ira Casson, a neurologist and former co-chairman of the NFL's panel on head injuries, denied a conclusive link between football and long-term brain damage. A co-founder of the Brain Injury Research Institute testified that it's been shown that repeated blows to the head cause damage.
Panelists Debate Football's Link to Brain Damage
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