Hernandez CTE Lawsuit Against NFL and Patriots

And here is the 18-page lawsuit filed in US District Court in Massachusetts by the Baez Law Firm on behalf of the Hernandez family and estate late last week against the NFL and the New England Patriots. This lawsuit may … Continue reading

First Annual CTE Awareness Day 2017

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Don Brady on Brain Injuries

For your weekend viewing: A couple of interviews with Dr. Don Brady on the Joe Condon Show from late last year covering brain injuries, along with an educational video from Dr. Daniel Amen on how a concussion happens. Part 1: … Continue reading

Thomas Jones: What a Concussion Feels Like

From BrainLine.org: Retired player, Thomas Jones (Arizona Cardinals, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Chicago Bears, New York Jets, Kansas City Chiefs 2000 – 2011), talks about what a concussion felt like. Nothing more needs to be said – everyone needs to watch … Continue reading

Best NFL Concussion Timeline So Far

This is one of the best chronologies of the NFL’s history of denial on the long-term effects of brain injuries and concussions. While it only starts with 1992 following the death of Mike Webster, we’re hoping that The Atlantic’s Ta-Nehisi … Continue reading

IFV Conference Part 11: Dr. Bill Duncan

Dr. William A. Duncan serves as President of Capitol Strategy Consultants, Inc., where he represents clients on healthcare, biomedical research, veterans, Department of Defense, and criminal justice and public health arenas. His clients benefit from his extensive background in the … Continue reading

IFV Conference Part 10: Ed Nemeth

Ed Nemeth, a successful, highly educated and trained businessman with a background in neurological research is the father of a severe quad CP child. Shortly after his daughter Rebecca’s complicated birth and cardiac arrest for 35 minutes he and his … Continue reading

IFV Conference Part 9: Dr. Barry Sears

Dr. Barry Sears is a leading authority on the dietary control of hormonal response. A former research scientist at the Boston University School of Medicine and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dr. Sears has dedicated his research efforts over the … Continue reading

IFV Conference Part 6: Steve Reimers

Steve Reimers was introduced to hyperbarics as a young Naval officer in 1969 and has been designing and building hyperbaric facilities ever since. Presently he runs two companies, Reimers Systems, Inc. (RSI) and Hyperbaric Clearinghouse, Inc. (HCI). RSI is a major … Continue reading

IFV Conference Part 5: Dr. Jim Wright

James K. Wright, MD, Col, USAF (Ret) is the principal investigator for the National Brain Injury Rescue and Rehabilitation Trial (NBIRR) in which individuals with TBI or PTSD can receive hyperbaric oxygen treatment for their injuries. He recently retired from … Continue reading

Evan Weiner: Sports owners are entitled to lion’s share of stadium revenues

Posted with the express consent of Evan Weiner: THE BUSINESS AND POLITICS OF SPORTS . 24 March 2011 . BY EVAN WEINER NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM COMMENTARY . Washington Post sports columnist Sally Jenkins asked a question in a column written after the … Continue reading

Obfuscation: The Current 88 Plan

In our last post, we uploaded the 88 Plan Summary which was 32 pages long (click HERE to read that earlier post). . Here’s the 21-page 88 Plan itself as uploaded on Scribd once again for easier viewing and to … Continue reading

A Couple of Video Clips for Sunday

Up here in Seattle, we still remember when the King Dome was imploded (March 26, 2000) to make way for the new SafeCo Stadium that is now home to the Seattle Mariners baseball team. Earlier this morning, the old Texas … Continue reading