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January 10th, 2013
06:12 PM ET

Report: Junior Seau had debilitating brain disease

Brooke Baldwin talks to Dr. Sanjay Gupta and attorney Drew Findling about brain injuries sustained by football players and the NFL's responsibility to those injured. A report conducted in the wake of NFL player Junior Seau's death shows the footballer suffered from brain trauma.

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  1. Joe

    Junior’s brain was examined after he died and the result was he did not have the disease. This was the original report released in the San Diego area. Junior did a lot for the San Diego community and was loved by all. If there were any questions about it, I’m pretty sure they would not have released the report stating this. No one wanted to hear that he did not have the disease, but please, let’s not distort the reality of the situation. Reversal of the finding seems to be politically based.

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