The same brain disease that’s plagued Hall of Fame football players like Frank Gifford has shown up in male athletes who never played pro ball. A Mayo Clinic study has revealed surprising data about chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) in athletes who played contact sports in high school or college. Jeff Olsen has more from the study's author in this Mayo Clinic Minute.
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