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 "If you want to wait until the evidence is perfect and complete, we will never act"

Malcolm Gladwell

July, 22nd, 2019

Coming Home Well podcast

Coming Home Well podcast features Dr. Ann McKee talking veterans, Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy & Traumatic Brain Injury. 

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January 31st, 2019

BU CTE Center Experts comment on NFL's Statistic

Boston University CTE expert cautions that the NFL's 24% drop in concussions did NOT necessarily reduce the risk of the degenerative brain disease, calling the findings 'irrelevant' to the long-term effects of repetitive head injuries

 

Daily Mail

January 29, 2019

A Somber Super Bowl Reminder in 'Mr Falcon' CTE Diagnosis

Dr. Ann McKee, the director of Boston University’s CTE Center, said Monday that Nobis had the most severe form of the disease, showing a “severe loss of neurons and large CTE lesions throughout the cerebral cortex.”

Associated Press

January 29, 2019

Before CTE diagnosis, Tommy Nobis’ family was troubled by his behavior 

In a statement from the center’s director, Dr. Ann McKee, Nobis brain “showed severe loss of neurons and large CTE lesions throughout the cerebral cortex.”

Atlanta Journal Constitution

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