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Title 60 minutes. Impact / produced by Ashley Velie
Published New York, NY : Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS), 2018


Description 1 online resource (14 minutes)
Summary A report on the brain disease CTE (chronic traumatic encephalopathy), usually suffered by football players, but has now been found in military veterans exposed to combat blasts. Includes interviews with: Joy Kieffer, mother to Kevin Ash, an Army Reserves Sergeant who died from CTE; Dr. Ann McKee, neuropathologist, VA-Boston University; Dr. Lee Goldstein, Boston University; Sgt. Tom Bates, diagnosed with CTE and Libby Bates, his wife; Dr. Sam Gandhi, neurologist, New York Mount Sinai Hospital
Performer Reporter: Sharyn Alfonsi ; interviewees: Joy Kieffer, Dr. Ann McKee, Dr. Lee Goldstein, Sgt. Tom Bates, Libby Bates, Dr. Sam Gandhi
Notes In English
Title from title screen (viewed January 26, 2024)
Subject Chronic traumatic encephalopathy -- Research
Veterans -- Psychology -- Research
Brain -- Concussion -- Research
Genre/Form Television news programs.
Form Streaming video
Author Alfonsi, Sharyn, interviewer
Velie, Ashley, producer
CBS Corp., publisher
CBS News Productions, production company
CBS Entertainment (Firm), production company
Other Titles Impact
OTHER TI In series: 60 minutes (Television program)