Tell the Truth
From Concussion
00:00 - 01:54
1m 54s

Pathologist Dr. Bennet Omalu is adamant about bringing transparency to the topic of brain damage in football players who suffer multiple concussions. His audience, however, is more concerned about how Dr. Omalu's work will affect the business of football.


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  • Margaret Pickett
    over 5 years ago
    I used this clip with my students in a discussion of ethics.
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