Boxing and Medicine
Robert C. Cantu
Human Kinetics, 1995 - Sports & Recreation - 207 pages
Provides physicians in sports medicine and related specialties with information on the dangers of boxing, the ethical and social arguments for and against boxing, and the steps needed to improve boxing's safety. The book presents all the facts to enable physicians to make their own judgements.
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An Overview of Boxing
Professional and Amateur Rules and Regulations
The Medical Risks of Boxing
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