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Congressional Report Finds NFL Tried To Influence Government Study On Head Trauma

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 05 / 24 / 16

Congressional investigators have concluded in a new report that at least a half-dozen top NFL health officials "waged an improper, behind-the-scenes campaign last year to influence a major U.S. government research study on football and brain disease," according to Fainaru & Fainaru-Wada of ...

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