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Dr. Hanley on Concussions

Hockey headshots have been in the news for several days. We've heard about how the NHL and Hockey Canada now have zero tolerance for hits to the head and about how another deceased player, Rick Martin, in fact had a brain disease linked to head trauma.

Concussions of course don't happen only in hockey, and they're not always diagnosed or reported. Yukon's chief medical officer Dr. Brendan Hanley dropped in for his weekly studio call to tell us more:

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