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6% of Subjects Found to Have CTE Pathology in Largest Study Yet

News   Jun 26, 2019 | Original story from UT Health San Antonio

 
6% of Subjects Found to Have CTE Pathology in Largest Study Yet

CTE, linked with repetitive blows to the head, has been found in 80-99% of autopsied brains of pro football players. Credit: Pixabay

 
 
 

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