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Concussion research at Seattle Children’s

February 03, 2014

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Source - KING 5 TV


Dr. Richard Ellenbogen of Seattle Children’s serves as co-chair of the NFL committee working to reduce the risk of concussions in the game. Though he stresses that the majority of people who get concussions do so simply by falling down while walking or running. Dr. Jeffrey Ojemann is also featured in this interview. 


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