“I don’t know how to slow it down, make it stop, what to do.”
It comes as the Alzheimer’s Association last month established partnerships with organizations including the Rugby Players Association to provide an ongoing way to refer any player or manager. have been diagnosed with dementia in the past or present or are caring for a loved one.
Although Ryan says he would not change the “living the dream” experience of playing for Wales, he believes the sport must do more to take precautions.
He added: “It was walking with its eyes closed in a dire situation.
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