A very busy news day at Concussion Inc. Let’s get started.
George Vecsey of The New York Times has a huge, and hugely important, story today on the latest class-action litigation on the concussion issue against the National Collegiate Athletic Association. (This is at least the second such lawsuit: see “Off the Radar: Ex-Player Files Class-Action Concussion Suit Against NCAA,” September 14, https://concussioninc.net/?p=4593.)
Next here: The National Institutes of Health releases to me the grant documents and progress reports for NIH’s multimillion-dollar support of concussion research by ImPACT Applications company founders Dr. Joseph Maroon, Mark Lovell, and Micky Collins, and their team at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.
The second title in the Concussion Inc. ebook short series, UPMC: Concussion Scandal Ground Zero, will be published next month. For information on how to order UPMC and our first ebook, DUERSON, see https://concussioninc.net/?p=5002.