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AMSSM's Dr. Zaremski Interviewed about Dangers of Concussions During HS
AMSSM Member and UF Health Sports Medicine Physician Jason L. Zaremski, MD was interviewed on WCJB-TV about the dangers of concussions, especially during high school athletic careers. To watch a short clip on the coverage, click on the link below.
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