Omalu Hopes Movie Enlightens on Risks of Playing High Impact Sportsi
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    Mariama Diallo
    February 07, 2016 12:57 PM
    The recently released movie 'Concussion' tells the story of Dr. Bennet Omalu, the Nigerian-American doctor who discovered the often-fatal effects of head trauma in American football -- but then faced backlash from the National Football League, which governs the sport at the professional level. On the eve of one of America’s most celebrated sporting events – the Super Bowl – VOA’s Mariama Diallo spoke with Dr. Omalu about his findings -- and the aftermath.

    Omalu Hopes Movie Enlightens on Risks of Playing High Impact Sports

    Mariama Diallo

    Published February 07, 2016

    The recently released movie 'Concussion' tells the story of Dr. Bennet Omalu, the Nigerian-American doctor who discovered the often-fatal effects of head trauma in American football -- but then faced backlash from the National Football League, which governs the sport at the professional level. On the eve of one of America’s most celebrated sporting events – the Super Bowl – VOA’s Mariama Diallo spoke with Dr. Omalu about his findings -- and the aftermath.


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