NFL’s medical structure puts profits before players’ health. That must change. image

Washington Post, March 9, 2017
Sally Jenkins, citing Football Players Health Study


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Just last month, a Harvard study concluded that “the intersection of club doctors’ dual obligations creates significant legal and ethical quandaries that can threaten player health.” It recommended that players’ physicians should not be in direct pay of teams, nor report directly to team execs. Rather they should forward a “Player Health Report.” This is nothing but good moral-medical sense. [...]

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