British Celebs to Donate Brains for Parkinson's Research

Still, as more high-profile personalities agree to donate their brains for research, some hold out hope that the tide will turn. In the United States last year, for instance, former NFL linebacker Isaiah Kacyvenski and 15 other professional athletes volunteered to donate their brains for research into concussions.

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