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Concussions in Youth Sports, SF Criminal Justice Fees

  • Aired: 02/12/2018
  • 28:09
  • Rating: NR
Pioneering forensic pathologist Dr. Bennet Omalu’s new book, Brain Damage in Contact Sports, offers clear advice to parents who are wondering whether to allow their children to play full contact sports like football or lacrosse. San Francisco may become the first city in the nation to eliminate the hefty fees that follow someone even after they’ve served their jail sentence.
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