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UNC Center for the Study of Retired Athletes researches lasting effects of sports injuries


University of North Carolina Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz said chronic sports injuries have a snowball effect. These injuries continue to pick up more issues over time, he said, and athletes' symptoms can spiral out of control. For Guskiewicz, researching the lasting impacts of sports injuries is what inspired UNC’s Center for the Study of Retired Athletes. (Daily Tar Heel)

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UNC Center for the Study of Retired Athletes researches lasting effects of sports injuries


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