Complete Info on Concussion Inc.’s First Three Ebooks

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December 7, 2011
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December 16, 2011

‘DUERSON’

Published in November, this ebook short presents exclusive new information on the February 2011 suicide of former pro football star Dave Duerson. Author Irvin Muchnick also discusses how the Duerson scenario bolsters the argument that the National Football League’s retirement and disability plan board, on which Duerson sat, should reopen all rejected disability claims on which Duerson had deliberated.

You can order DUERSON for $1.49 from Amazon Kindle at this link. You also can order either the Kindle version of DUERSON or a generic PDF file of it by sending $1.49 via PayPal to paypal@muchnick.net.

 

‘UPMC: CONCUSSION SCANDAL GROUND ZERO’

To be published later in December, this ebook short details corrupt clinical and research practices at one of the country’s most prestigious medical centers. The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center has close ties to the National Football League, World Wrestling Entertainment, and other major sports and entertainment entities, and it is where the aggressively marketed ImPACT concussion management system was developed.

You can preorder UPMC by sending $1.49 via PayPal to paypal@muchnick.net. Specify whether you want the Amazon Kindle or PDF version.

You can order DUERSON and UPMC together for the special price of $2.50. Send $2.50 via PayPal to paypal@muchnick.net. Specify whether you want the Amazon Kindle or PDF versions.

 

‘OUT OF MY HEAD: MY LIFE IN AND OUT OF FOOTBALL’ by George Visger

George Visger was a defensive tackle on the San Francisco 49ers whose NFL career was cut short by a traumatic brain injury, but who has gone on to lead an inspiring life and spearhead advocacy of retired and disabled NFL players’ issues. Visger nearly died from hydrocephalus (“water on the brain”) months after the 49ers’ first Super Bowl championship in 1982, and he has undergone a total of nine brain surgeries to maintain the shunt implanted in his brain, which caused him to lose short-term memory. Despite the disability, Visger – who never received an NFL pension or disability benefit – became an environmental consultant on large construction projects and has made the case for concussion-maimed athletes before Congress and in the courts.

George Visger’s OUT OF MY HEAD will be published in February, just prior to the Super Bowl – price and other details to be announced.

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