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Concussion discussion

Dr. Robert Cantu, a clinical professor of neurosurgery, said football, soccer, ice hockey, and lacrosse are the most concussion-prone school sports. Dr. Robert Cantu, a clinical professor of neurosurgery, said football, soccer, ice hockey, and lacrosse are the most concussion-prone school sports. (Erik Jacobs for The Boston Globe)
September 7, 2009

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As countless students head back to school, the well-being of their brains is on the mind of Dr. Robert Cantu, one of the nation’s top sports concussion specialists. Cantu, a clinical professor of neurosurgery at Boston University School of Medicine and co-director of the Neurological Sports Injury Center at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, said fall and winter sports typically produce ... (Full article: 408 words)

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