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O'Driscoll's uncle, Barry O'Driscoll, served for 15 years on the IRB's Medical Advisory Board, until he resigned, reluctantly, in 2012, in protest at the way the board was handling concussion. He is at the far end of a spectrum of opinion on the issue. "It wasn't a knee-jerk reaction," he says. "I didn't wake up in the morning and see the light. It was a gradual business." Barry O'Driscoll was one of the IRB's representatives at the Zurich International Consensus Conference for Concussion in Sport, held every four years. "Each time we went every bit of research was showing us a little bit more about what was happening. And each time the research got more worrying." He is keen to stress that the IRB has done, and continues to do, excellent player welfare work in all other areas but he is equally clear it has "got this one very, very wrong".