The information available at the time of an evaluation of the firm's remediation efforts may include evidence of the effectiveness of the firm's actions, including results of firm monitoring procedures or external inspections of audits performed by the firm after the firm's remediation efforts were put into place. Where such evidence is available, it is treated as relevant but is not the exclusive or conclusive data point in making an evaluation. Strong remediation efforts, particularly when accompanied by firm monitoring procedures and timely adjustments can result in a favorable remediation determination even if subsequent inspection results indicate recurrences of the same type of deficiency. However, in other cases, adverse subsequent results without such efforts may be a factor contributing to the inspections staff's recommendation that the Board determine that the criticism was not satisfactorily addressed.
This edition of the book was the find of Jim Edmondson who scanned the pages and posted them on his blog .
‘He became corrupted! Soon his crime makes him old before his time. His back becomes hunched.’
‘A devouring fire burns up his entrails; he suffers from horrible stomach pains.’
‘See his eyes once so pure, so brilliant: their gleam is gone! A band of fire surrounds them.’
‘He can no longer walk; his legs give way.’
‘Dreadful dreams disturb his rest; he cannot sleep.’
‘His teeth become rotten and fall out.’
‘His chest is burning up. He coughs up blood…’
‘His hair once so beautiful is falling out like an old man’s; early in life he is becoming bald.’
‘He is hungry and wants to eat; no food will stay in his stomach.’
‘His chest is buckling. He vomits blood.’
‘His entire body is covered with pustules, he is a horrible sight!’
‘A slow fever consumes him. He languishes; his entire body is burning up.’
‘His body is becoming completely stiff! His limbs stop moving.’
‘He raves; he stiffens in anticipation of coming death.’
‘At the age of 17, he expires in horrible torments.’
H/T Dittrick Museum , Krupskaya and Morbid Anatomy .
With continued pressure to protect players, the NFL began preventing players knocked unconscious by a concussion from returning to a game or practice, a policy that applied to Detroit Lions running back Jahvid Best in 2009 .  Various players have filed lawsuits against the league for the concussions, accusing the league of hiding information that linked head trauma to permanent brain damage, Alzheimer's disease , and dementia .   Some teams chose not to draft certain players in the NFL Draft due to their past concussion history. According to an Outside the Lines report, the head impact telemetry system (HITS) was in question by the League, although Kevin Guskiewicz, a professor at the University of North Carolina, said the system is functional.  The technology could detect and measure the impact of blows to the head in real time during a game, but no such measurement exists in the league at this time.  Former Pittsburgh Steelers receiver and current NBC Sports analyst Hines Ward stated the use of the system would be "opening a Pandora's Box," and that the data recorded by the system could be used by team owners to give players lower salaries.