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

While the number of participants is lower than researchers hoped for, they still will be able to make comparisons between the different groups of rugby players, though it will be harder to make concrete comparisons with cricket and field hockey players, who generally are less likely to suffer blows to the head or concussions while competing.

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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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