Comparison – high-performing athletes are more likely to have neurodegenerative disorders than the rest of the population
British MPs announced Wednesday that they will study the link between sport and brain damage, which is of particular concern in the United States. Foot And the Football. The Parliamentary Committee for Digital, Culture, Media and Sports (DCMS) will begin hearings next Tuesday and will invite athletes, doctors and union leaders to discuss the issue.
“We will consider in particular the role that national authorities should play, their responsibility in understanding the risks to which players are exposed, and what measures can be taken to reduce these risks,” said Julian Knight, Chair of the Parliamentary Committee.
Neurological disorders that raise questions
He said, “There are a number of cases related to brain injury in sport that are before the courts and we want to assess the long-term effects of sport that the success of one of these complaints could have.”
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