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Consultant psychiatrist Dr. Don Williams speaks to the Associated Press in his office in London, Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2017. The degenerative damage potentially caused by repeated blows to the head in soccer has been highlighted by a rare study of brains of a small number of retired players who developed dementia. Williams played a key role in the research after starting to monitor former footballers who were diagnosed with dementia from 1980. (AP Photo/Rob Harris)

Consultant psychiatrist Dr. Don Williams speaks to the Associated Press in his office in London, Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2017. The degenerative damage potentially caused by repeated blows to the head in soccer has been highlighted by a rare study of brains of a small number of retired players who developed dementia. Williams played a key role in the research after starting to monitor former footballers who were diagnosed with dementia from 1980. (AP Photo/Rob Harris)

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