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Thursday 05, Sep 2013

  Doping Behind Injuries Of A-Rod, Says Yankees

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Doping Behind Injuries Of A-Rod, Says Yankees

Alex Rodriguez is fighting against many troubles these days. After being banned for 211 games by the Major League Baseball, the Yankees slugger decided to deflect attention by filing a medical malpractice suit against the team medic, Dr. Chris Ahmad. But this lawsuit comes to Yankees as a happy surprise as they can argue that it was the use of illegal steroids by Rodriguez that caused his injury in the first place.

It is believed that the doctor in question incorrectly diagnosed a hip injury that was suffered by A-Rod during the playoffs last year. The slugger had surgery on his left hip and was sidelined until July. According to a team insider, Yankees are of the view that it was the use of illegal steroids that caused his hip injury. The team insider has revealed that Alex initially complained about his right hip and there was no mention of the left hip and the suggestion that the Yankees and Dr. Ahmad were in cahoots to misdiagnose Alex are absolutely ridiculous. In case the baseball slugger decides to proceed with a medical malpractice suit, the Yankees will start a very thorough identification process that will include the medical records of Rodriguez that will be filed with the court and made available to the public.

The source also revealed that the Yankees are fed up with Rodriguez and these outrageous claims being made by his advisers and they are attempting to once again deflect attention from the real issue, Alex’s use of steroids. It was also disclosed by the source that the team would immediately seek to depose Alex and force him to answer under oath about his use of steroids if the case goes to trial and added that Alex Rodriguez will have to answer the questions truthfully and under penalty of perjury.

In a statement about the pending lawsuit, the Yankees said we relied upon Dr. Christopher Ahmad and the New York-Presbyterian Hospital for medical diagnosis, opinions, and treatment. It added the Yankees neither had any complaints from Alex Rodriguez pertaining to his left hip during the 2012 regular season and the Yankees postseason, nor did the Yankees receive any diagnosis pertaining to his left hip during that same period of time. It was also disclosed that given the various allegations that have been made by Alex Rodriguez and his counsel, if you have any medical questions they should be directed to the New York-Presbyterian Hospital and Dr. Christopher Ahmad.

Meanwhile, Alex Rodriguez has remarked that he has told his outspoken handlers to freeze the scorching rhetoric amid his epic fight against the doping ban imposed on him. Rodriguez remarked there are so many great stories going on in baseball, and for us, we really just want to focus on playing good baseball, and 100 percent have all the questions be about baseball. The slugger added if there are any questions in the future that are not about baseball, the interview will end at that moment. A-Rod recently authorized attorney Joe Tacopina to accuse the Yankees of playing Rodriguez in 2012 while being aware he had a “hole in his hip” in order to get out from under his contract.

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Saturday 24, Dec 2011

  More drug charges to be faced by Belrose man

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A Belrose man who was charged recently with the possession of anabolic steroids would be facing more charges after police executed a search warrant of the 20-year-old man’s house last night.

Northern Beaches detectives arrested the man at 6.50pm on Thursday in the carpark of a fitness centre on Endeavour St, Chatswood.

Police said the arrest followed an investigation into the sale and distribution of illegal steroids in Sydney’s north.

Friday 17, Jun 2011

  School rugby hit by scandal

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School rugby hit by scandalSchoolboy rugby players are using illegal anabolic steroids, according to the results of a recently concluded survey.

This follows tests conducted on pupils at 18 of the top schools of the country in which 21 out of 130 pupils – or roughly one in six – tested positive for a variety of illegal steroids.

From Timeslive.co.za:

In a recent newsletter, Michaelhouse principal Guy Pearson told parents of concerns about “the size of schoolboys who we tend to come up against in our fixtures and festivals”.

Commissioned independently by various schools, Johannesburg company Drug Detection International sent urine samples for analysis to a forensic laboratory in the US. They found positive results for:

Two pupils of St Albans, Pretoria; Three pupils of King Edward VII in Johannesburg; and found that one boy from St John’s in Johannesburg had twice the amount of testosterone levels for a teenager his age.

Fifteen of the other pupils who tested positive were from four private schools in Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal.

There was “massive abuse” of steroids among pupils, according to Dr Jon Patricios, sports physician and president of the SA Sports Medicine Association.

Tuesday 26, Apr 2011

  Amazon.com Offers Steroids For Sale

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Amazon.com Offers Steroids For Sale A study by California-based anti-doping research has shown that illegal steroids are easily available on Amazon.com.

“To me, it’s absolutely an amazing story,” Anti-Doping Research chief executive officer Don Catlin told The Washington Post.

Catlin also said, “To just go on Amazon.com and order anabolic steroids.”

Monday 21, Mar 2011

  Amazon.com has steroids on sale

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Amazon.com has steroids on saleAn investigation by Californian firm Anti-Doping Research has disclosed that illegal steroids can be easily purchased, with them freely available at Amazon.com.

Anti-Doping Research chief executive officer Don Catlin told The Washington Post, “To me, it’s absolutely an amazing story.”

Catlin also said, “To just go on Amazon.com and order anabolic steroids.”

Tuesday 01, Feb 2011

  Compton man makes plea agreement over steroid distribution

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Compton man makes plea agreement over steroid distributionFederal prosecutors in Los Angeles announced an agreement in which a Compton man has agreed to plead guilty to possession and distribution of illegal steroids over the internet.

An international trafficking investigation in 2007 rounded up many, including Warren Abramson.

Abramson was charged with intent to sell about 200 gallons of anabolic steroids.

Wednesday 14, Oct 2009

  NPA says resources and increased enforcement key for curbing steroids

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NPA says resources and increased enforcement key for curbing steroidsAccording to Daniel Fabricant, Ph.D., interim executive director and CEO of the Natural Products Association (NPA), NPA is of the view that stringent enforcement measures and prosecution to the full extent of the law are the best ways for stopping criminals responsible for supplying steroids masquerading as dietary supplements.

It is widely believed that the government may soon adopt stringent measures considering the easy sale and access of people to anabolic steroids in the recent times.

Thursday 06, Aug 2009

  A less expensive test to detect illegal steroids in cattle

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A less expensive test to detect illegal steroids in cattle Widespread use of steroids in the European beef industry still continues and newer steroid hormones that could not be detected by standard tests are used. In an effort to restrain the use of growth-promoting hormones, a team of researchers headed by Rodat Cunningham conducted a study to test a new method of detecting steroids use.

Commercial blood analyzers found in hospitals were used to measure chemical changes associated with growth and muscle development. This method is actually an indirect one unlike mass spectrometry and gas chromatography. It measures twenty chemical markers, including proteins and cholesterol. The study measured these chemical markers in cattle over a 42- day trial period.

This test is found to be more favorable than conventional ones because it is less expensive, more convenient since instruments used are portable and can identify newer type of steroids with high accuracy. The new test had an accuracy rate between 91 to 96 percent, according to researchers. The report is seen in the current issue of Analytical Chemistry, a semi-monthly journal, and is titled “Feasibility of a Clinical Chemical Analysis Approach to Predict Misuse of Growth Promoting Hormones in Cattle”.

From Science Daily:

In an effort to curb the illegal use of steroids in the European beef industry, scientists in the United Kingdom are reporting the development of a new test that can identify steroids with higher accuracy, more convenience, and less cost than conventional doping tests.