NFLPA, Harvard Team Up On $100M Player Health Program

Law360, New York (January 29, 2013, 7:12 PM EST) -- The NFL Players Association is giving $100 million to Harvard Medical School to treat players' injuries and study the health risks posed by football, the university said Tuesday, as the litigation against the league over concussions moves toward a courtroom showdown.

The NFLPA, the labor organization for NFL players, has issued a 10-year grant to the school to create the Harvard Integrated Program to Protect and Improve the Health of NFLPA Members, an initiative dedicated to the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of injuries and illnesses in current...
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