Truth doesn't have a side : my alarming discovery about the danger of contact sports / Dr. Bennet Omalu ; with Mark Tabb.
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- ISBN: 9780310351962
- ISBN: 0310351960
- Physical Description: 303 pages ; 24 cm
- Publisher: Grand Rapids, Michigan : Zondervan, 2017.
|Bibliography, etc. Note:|| Includes bibliographical references (pages 289-294) and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:|| Preface: God did not intend for human beings to play football -- My Father's son -- Child of war -- To be myself -- Answered prayer -- "Heaven is here, and America is here" -- Welcome to America -- Through the wilderness -- Land of contradictions -- A bold gamble -- Finding myself -- A divine appointment -- Prema -- A game-changing diagnosis -- The NFL = Big Tobacco -- "In the name of Christ, stop!" -- The baton is passed -- Marginalized, minimalized, ostracized -- I wish I'd never met Mike Webster -- Finding life in the wilderness -- Omalu goes Hollywood -- Concussion -- From doctor to dad: what will I say when my son asks, "Can I play football, pleeeaaaasssse?" -- Afterword: "I bet my medical license that O.J. Simpson has CTE" -- Appendix: Questions from parents about brain trauma and contact sports, especially football.
|Summary, etc.:|| A full-length account of the amazing life of the neuropathologist popularly depicted in Concussion describes his childhood in war-torn Nigeria and the forensic pathology studies that led to his much-criticized findings about the role of concussion in brain disease.
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