OTRF Fall-Winter newsletter covers the new Guardian Cap, why athletes play in pain and new lab-made cartilage

The Orthopaedic Surgery and Sports Medicine Teaching and Research Foundation’s (OTRF) Fall-Winter Newsletter, Active Bones, focuses on getting and keeping athletes in shape and injury-free with articles on the new Guardian Cap® the National Football league tested during training camp and pre-season to help limit head injuries,  revealing new data on why athletes play in pain, and new lab-made cartilage for osteoarthritis that could eliminate knee replacements in the future. Click to read these articles and more.

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