Scientists make research breakthrough in fight against brain damage in ex-footballers



Scientists believe they have made a breakthrough that could help diagnose brain damage in ex-footballers for the first time.
Researchers say new techniques may allow them to get to the bottom of a growing crisis in the sport.
The game has been rocked by former players being diagnosed with cognitive conditions, including legendary names like Lisbon Lions hero Billy McNeill.
Chronic traumatic encephalopathy – the disease linked to heading the ball – has only been diagnosed by studying the brain after death.
But researchers at Boston University say they have found a new biomarker called CCL11... read more

 
1 October 2017 in Health, Views: 68
Source: Daily Record
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