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Aaron Hernandez's Brain Will Be Donated To CTE Research

Newsy Friday, 21 April 2017
Aaron Hernandez's Brain Will Be Donated To CTE ResearchWatch VideoThe brain of former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez will be donated to research.

Massachusetts officials announced Thursday Hernandez's brain will be released to Boston University's CTE Center for further examination.

The center studies Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy, a degenerative brain disease...
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News video: Aaron Hernandez Family DEMANDS Release of His Brain by Medical Examiner

Aaron Hernandez Family DEMANDS Release of His Brain by Medical Examiner 01:26

Aaron Hernandez's family is accusing a medical examiner of illegally holding the former tight end's brain, as they had arranged with Boston University for it to be donated for concussion research.

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