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Vanderbilt launches sports concussion center

Sep. 1, 2011, 4:20 PM

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Fall brings renewed participation in grade school, high school and professional athletics, including sports such as football that place participants at increased risk to suffer concussion.

To comprehensively address this potentially life-altering form of injury, Vanderbilt University Medical Center has created a special program to integrate and standardize the care of athletes and others who suffer concussion.

 

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