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Sports concussions affect men and women differently. Female athletes need more attention in brain research

By Shreya Mcleod, PhD candidate in sport-related concussion, School of Medicine and Public Health, University of Newcastle
James F. Donnelly, Lecturer in Psychology, Faculty of Health; private practice psychologist, Southern Cross University
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Jacinda Barclay, an AFLW player who died last year, has had her brain donated to concussion research. In general, women are understudied regards to their long-term brain health.


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