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This new blood test can detect traumatic brain injury in troops - Military Times



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Congressman demands answers after VA computer stops veteran's prescription for brain injury - WFLA



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Congressman demands answers after VA computer stops veteran's prescription for brain injury 
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?His brain was so damaged that it just doesn't have the ability, you know all the neurons aren't firing,? said daughter Brandye Jackson. Jackson says although the hospital received very specific instructions on how to care for her father that ...

 


Winter Olympians Face Same Brain Injury Risks as Boxers and Football Players - Seeker



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Winter Olympians Face Same Brain Injury Risks as Boxers and Football Players 
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It's a protein that's found in everybody's brain. It normally functions to stabilize these processes,? Bieniek told Seeker. But with regular hits, ?it builds up, forming aggregates, and it eventually leads to neurodegeneration.? In advanced stages, CTE ...

 


Chuck Noll Foundation grants $600K for brain injury research - Pittsburgh Business Times



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Chuck Noll Foundation grants $600K for brain injury research 
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"The proposals the Foundation has selected are at the forefront of traumatic brain injury research and are highly deserving of these grants,? said Dr. Julian Bailes, a member of the Chuck Noll Foundation's Medical Advisory Board, who serves as chairman ...

 


Getting to know: Anne McDonnell with the Brain Injury Association of Virginia - Richmond.com



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Getting to know: Anne McDonnell with the Brain Injury Association of Virginia 
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Best business decision: ?Working in the human service field. I haven't made a lot of money, but I have made a difference in the lives of many people.? Mistake you learned the most from: ?I learned some important lessons through the process of divorce ...

 


The Chuck Noll Foundation For Brain Injury Research announces ... - Steelers.com



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The Chuck Noll Foundation For Brain Injury Research announces ... 
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Pittsburgh, PA ? The Chuck Noll Foundation for Brain Injury Research has awarded 5 grants to Pittsburgh research teams at the University of Pittsburgh, Carnegie Mellon University and University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. The Foundations' Board of ...
The Chuck Noll Foundation For Brain Injury Research Announces Inaugural Research Grants SGB Media (press release) (blog)
Chuck Noll Foundation awards grants to concussion researchers ... Tribune-Review

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Pediatric Hospital Creates Abilities Adventures Program For Brain Injury Patients - The Good Men Project (blog)



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Pediatric Hospital Creates Abilities Adventures Program For Brain Injury Patients 
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The focus of my visit is to meet the staff and learn about their ?Abilities Adventures? trip to Utah, which provides the youth patients in their brain injury rehabilitation program to go on a 10-day adventure of a lifetime. The staff was preparing to ...

 


Montana Offers New Apprenticeships For Brain Injury Care | MTPR - MTPR



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Montana Offers New Apprenticeships For Brain Injury Care | MTPR 
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Montana ranks among the top three states in the nation per capita for traumatic brain injuries, according to industry workers and advocacy groups.

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Brain injury turns CEO into artistic savant - KING5.com



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Brain injury turns CEO into artistic savant 
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An Issaquah businesswoman hit her head during a trip to the store and brought home an unexpected gift. She says she has been transformed into an artist after a traumatic brain injury. "I have a cross-wiring in my brain," said Heather Thompson. "The ...

 


Diplomats in Cuba Suffered Brain Injuries. Experts Still Don't Know Why. - New York Times



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Diplomats in Cuba Suffered Brain Injuries. Experts Still Don't Know Why. 
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A group of American diplomats stationed in Havana appear to have symptoms of concussion without ever having received blows to their heads, medical experts have found. The diplomats originally were said to have been victims of a ?sonic attack,? a ...
Study: US personnel suffered 'symptoms resembling brain injury' in Cuba CNN
A new study on the US officials who suffered brain injuries in Cuba makes their cases even more mysterious Markets Insider
?Injury to widespread brain networks? in victims of mystery attacks in Cuba Ars Technica
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