On November 1, I reported that Dr. Joseph Maroon was still being featured at the website of the supplement Sports Brain Guard. But that is no longer the case. Though this blog does not know exactly when the change was made, we’ll claim full credit for now getting only an error message when you type “http://www.sportsbrainguard.com/doctornews.aspx” into the address bar of your browser.
Oh and by the way, we’re still waiting to hear from the crusaders at the Senate Commerce Committee, for whose chairman Maroon is a campaign contributor, and who refuse to lay a glove on the Pittsburgh Steelers’ team neurosurgeon, who is also the medical director of World Wrestling Entertainment and is most currently famous for clearing Troy Polamalu to return to play following “concussion-like symptoms.”
Those of you with interest-like symptoms in Concussion Inc.’s coverage of Maroon’s corruption-like symptoms, and Senators Jay Rockefeller and Tom Udall’s failures to take effective-like actions with respect to them, are referred to the link-like combinations of letters and characters at the bottom of this post. And those are just for starters.
Watch for our second ebook short, UPMC: Concussion Scandal Ground Zero, which will be published later this month.
FURTHER READING ON MAROON, SPORTS BRAIN GUARD, AND THE SENATE COMMERCE COMMITTEE: