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NZ rugby death sparks calls for review of concussion and brain injuries

NZ rugby death sparks calls for review of concussion and brain injuries

Updated 9 July 2014, 9:32 AEST

The death of a 17-year-old rugby player in New Zealand has again raised the issue of concussion and brain injuries in sport.

Questions are being asked whether enough is being done in New Zealand to prevent concussion in rugby and also provide appropriate treatment for anyone injured.

Presenter: Catherine Graue

Speaker: Dominique Schwartz, ABC New Zealand Correspondent

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