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Concussion testing for young athletes

Jul. 30, 2012, 10:38 AM

A teen athlete is brought to Vanderbilt’s Sports Concussion Clinic for baseline brain function testing. Doctors at the center say they offer the screening to players over age 12 in the hopes younger, and more vulnerable brains can be saved from serious injury.

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