Footballer Scott Vermillion’s family diagnosed with postmortem traumatic encephalopathy – CBS News
The family of professional soccer player Scott Vermillion said they learned too late the warning signs of brain damage from head impacts. Vermillion was diagnosed with CTE posthumously, making him the first public case of an American professional player. Dr. John Labock continues to look at emerging evidence of CTE.
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