Tackling CTE - Ivanhoe Broadcasting

In a just-released, largest study of its kind, Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy, or CTE was found in the brains of 110 out of 111 deceased former NFL players who donated their brains to medical science. Researchers believe CTE is linked to concussions and leads to depression, neurological disorders, and sometimes suicide. Now, a former Denver Bronco and a Genomics Research Institute are teaming up to try to diagnose the condition while sufferers are still alive.

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Former NFL Player Leads Research

KPIX sports director Dennis O'Donnell interviews Aethlon Medical CEO Jim Joyce about new study to detect and monitor CTE in former NFL players who are still living. Joyce played tight end for the Denver Broncos in 1984.

Jim Joyce on Fox News

Jim Joyce appeared on Fox News during Super Bowl Week to discuss advancements in CTE research benefiting NFL Players and others with neurological disorders. Jim is the founder of Exosome Sciences, CEO of Aethlon Medical as well as a former Denver Bronco.

Finding Simple Test for CTE

The link between football and long-term brain injuries is news that no one who's ever played the game wants to hear. Chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or CTE, can only be diagnosed after death, but scientists are looking for ways to change that.

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