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ABC Evening News for Sunday, Feb 03, 2013
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(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.

(Terry Moran) An ABC News investigation into helmets and products claiming to protect football players from concussions presented; details given about a product claiming to reduce concussions; brain X-rays shown. [High school football player's mother Jennifer BRANIN†- worries.] [Unequal Technologies CEO Rob VITO†- comments on safety and his company's claims.] [Southern Impact Research Center Dave HALSTEAD†- questions the material.] How the Unequal Technology company changed its labelling after the ABC story and how there is no magic bullet for this problem with concussions discussed.

Muir, David

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