Family’s fight with CTE shows real impact of football concussions

Doctor’s office confirms Indianola man suffered from CTE

CTE Hope wants prevention and early detection of concussions

Mother of former Indianola football player advocates for more brain disease research

CTE sufferer to young athletes: ‘I beg that you get help’

Athletes take part in saliva testing study for concussion research

Indianola man’s struggle with CTE hits national newsstands

Tragedies propel Iowan to take leading role in concussion research

The Concussion Diaries: One High School Football Player’s Secret Struggle with CTE

Football ‘literally killed’ 24-year-old Zac Easter of Iowa. His family vows to make the sport safer.

Out of Bounds: Learning about love after loss and the heartbreak of football

CTE Hope receives grant from the Warren County Philanthropic Partnership

Weep for Zac Easter and family

Concussions, Kids And Contact Sports

‘He Knew Football Had Everything To Do With It’: A CTE Journal

State lawmakers aim to tackle head trauma in youth football

Iowa mother makes progress in fight against brain disease

Indianola introduces new concussion testing process

CTE Hope Launches First in the Country Pilot Study

CTE Gala for Hope grows in second year

Former Hawkeye star Chuck Long lends hand to fight against CTE

CTE Hope seeking method of confirming a concussion’s impact

How old should kids be before they play tackle football? This Iowa legend says 14.

Gov. Reynolds signs updated concussion law requiring return-to-play protocols in Iowa high schools

Case Western law school grad fulfills late boyfriend’s dream through her success, CTE non-profit

Ali Epperson discusses CTE Hope, Zac Easter, and graduating law school

Indianola woman recognized for raising awareness of concussion dangers

CTE took your mind, but I still have your heart: Alison Epperson writes a heartfelt letter to her late boyfriend, Zac Easter.

Forging Ahead with Hope: Alison Epperson on raising awareness about CTE