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The W - Current Events & Politics - US Army Develops Blood Test That Can Identify Brain Trauma
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Current Events? Pro Wrestling? Football? Hockey? This could go in any of those sections I guess.

Click Here (prowrestling.net) for the details.

Apparently they are seeking FDA approval right now. This, if it actually works, has potential to revolutionize several sports (and sports entertainment).

EDIT: Current Events it is! Thank you Mr. Mod! :)

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Well they certainly have enough subjects to experiment on.

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What documentation do you want? NOW doesn't exactly put position papers out on things like this. It's just obvious that if this was, say, Katie Couric, feminist groups would be making a lot more noise.
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