Researchers at Boston University’s Center for the Study of Traumatic Brain Encephalopathy have discovered that another professional athlete suffered from chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) — a degenerative brain disease that is often found in players who suffer repeated blows to the head. Studies conducted at the center confirmed National Hockey League forward Bob Probert, who died suddenly last September while on a family outing, had been living with the disease. Although Mr. Probert may not have known that this debilitating disease was impairing his brain, his family must have suspected something was wrong. After his death, Mr. Probert’s wife Dani ... Read More
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