UC Irvine looking for Southern California high school football players to study head injuries

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According to a story in the Orange County Register, the University of California, Irvine is looking for 100 high school football players to participate in a brain imagine study.  The OC Register is reporting that MRI results from 100 high school football players players will be compared with brain scans from a control group of male students who don’t play the sport.

For those interested in taking part in the study, call 714-456-6856

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