Brain research confirms dangers of boxing (3:03)
July 22 - New research shows that boxers' brain fluids can change after a fight, indicating nerve cell damage that may not be immediately obvious. The findings give ammunition to those who believe that boxing needs to be better regulated, but for fighters like Swedish Olympic hopeful Salomo Ntuve, they're much less important than a gold medal. Sharon Reich has more. ( Transcript )
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