Concussions can happen to anyone, anywhere.
That's why fast detection is critical.
When it comes to concussion, also known as a mild Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI), knowledge is power. Recognizing the signs can help prevent serious health issues — and faster detection can mean faster recovery and getting back to doing the things you love. A new blood test from Abbott will help change the way concussions are diagnosed — from athletes to everyday people — providing quick and important information on potential injury.
The Melons, through Concussion Awareness Now, will help raise awareness about getting brain injuries checked.
Knowing the signs of brain injury is the first step in the path to detection and recovery. Take our TBI knowledge quiz.
ABC News, 1/11/21
Chicago Tribune, 1/11/21
Abbott has partnered with the non-profit organization Brain Injury Association of America to establish Concussion Awareness Now, a coalition dedicated to raising awareness about the seriousness of concussions. Learn more at ConcussionAwarenessNow.org
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