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Head Impact and Hyperphosphoralated Tau in Teens

We all agree that repeated blows to the head are bad for the brain. What we don't yet know is: who will show lasting cognitive and behavioral impairments who will show only transient sequelae (and for how long) who will manifest long-term neurodegeneration...and by which specific cellular mechanism(s) Adding to the confusion is the unclear terminology used to describe impact-related head injuries.
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