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

WELLINGTON, New Zealand - Concussions remain one of the biggest issues facing rugby, but the sport is finding it a struggle to find even enough former players to take part in a study into the long-term effects of head trauma.

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Dr. Sears Comments:

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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