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Thread: Concussion: Now It’s Boxing’s Turn

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    Re: Concussion: Now It’s Boxing’s Turn

    This is just plain brutal with plenty of targeting to boot: https://www.facebook.com/UltimateFoo...8316452137490/

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    Re: Concussion: Now It’s Boxing’s Turn

    You can still do a great Tango

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    Re: Concussion: Now It’s Boxing’s Turn

    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Kevin View Post
    You can still do a great Tango
    Huh??

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    Re: Concussion: Now It’s Boxing’s Turn

    Quote Originally Posted by Kid Blast View Post
    Huh??
    Ted, I came across this today, and thought of your thread:

    http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2...=top-news&_r=0

    Also, I stumbled on this over the weekend. A superb documentary, if you haven't already seen it:

    https://youtu.be/hT-CcbdTTlI

    Has the medical community made any progress on diagnosing CTE prior to death? A concrete CTE diagnosis, rather than merely saying it's likely due to multiple concussions, erratic behavior, etc. That's the crucial question, it seems.

    Edwin Valero's brain would've been an interesting study, as well as Arturo Gatti (NOT equating those two, obviously). Aaron Hernandez? He's serving a life sentence but he's allegedly committed multiple murders, and demonstrated anti-social/sociopathic behavior since his late high school and early years at UF.

    A fascinating subject.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Domenic View Post
    Ted, I came across this today, and thought of your thread:

    http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2...=top-news&_r=0

    Also, I stumbled on this over the weekend. A superb documentary, if you haven't already seen it:

    https://youtu.be/hT-CcbdTTlI

    Has the medical community made any progress on diagnosing CTE prior to death? A concrete CTE diagnosis, rather than merely saying it's likely due to multiple concussions, erratic behavior, etc. That's the crucial question, it seems.

    Edwin Valero's brain would've been an interesting study, as well as Arturo Gatti (NOT equating those two, obviously). Aaron Hernandez? He's serving a life sentence but he's allegedly committed multiple murders, and demonstrated anti-social/sociopathic behavior since his late high school and early years at UF.

    A fascinating subject.

    great stuff Dominic and I thank you very much. I think right now Boston University is leading the research but that's just an opinion ion. The key--as you point out--is to get it diagnosis early.


    Valero, and even Spadafora right now who is going through another rough patch. Tony Dorsett needs to be looked at according to what I hear. The symptoms are familiar enough. I should think that someone is looking at what is happening to cells in a living brain. That's the issue. Are their Tau cells in there? Can they be found in time to reverse the horror of what is to come?

    I want this thread to continue and continue to be enriched by posts like yours. I want this thread to be our contribution to the issue.

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