Doctor Bennet Omalu to parents: “Do I love football more than I love my child?
This is also a question for the OCSB and their football programmes too!! Does the OCSB love football more than they care about OCSB students?
Here is a private academy that operates within an OCSB school:
Here is all the info about CTE and football
A devout Catholic, born and educated in Nigeria before making his career at the Allegheny County Coroner’s Office in Pittsburgh, Omalu said he performs his work living in the Spirit, manifesting the love of God in his life.
Now the chief medical examiner in San Joaquin County, Calif., and the featured doctor in the 2015 film Concussion, Omalu spoke with the Register about his Catholic upbringing and the role of his faith in working as one of the nation’s most renowned medical examiners.
A 2015 study conducted by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and Boston University showed that 87 out of 91 former National Football League players tested positive for a degenerative brain disease known as chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE). The disease is caused by repeated blows to the head.
The most recent CTE-related death, of former New York Giants safety Tyler Sash, was reported in January. Sash was 27 years old.