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Rugby Wants to Study Concussions, but Few Want to Participate.

But Hume was confident that the study would provide sufficient information for the I.R.B. to take action. "Given the provisional results, the analysis, and the numbers recruited, I'm fairly confident the I.R.B. will be able to make some good, clear recommendations of what some of the issues are," she said.

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Dr. Barry Sears

This is the same reason that people who may be genetically predisposed to Huntington’s disease don’t want to get tested since they can’t do much about stopping it.

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