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Old 05-07-2015, 10:10 AM   #21
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How can you definitively correlate your friend's death with "doping". What did they die from and what drugs had been used?
Quite simple the death inquiry because he died in front of a couple of thousand people and the inquiry revealed allot including cause of death, drugs used and so on.

He was on everything it seems.
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Old 05-10-2015, 05:45 PM   #22
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Quite simple the death inquiry because he died in front of a couple of thousand people and the inquiry revealed allot including cause of death, drugs used and so on.

He was on everything it seems.
That is the most vague response I have ever heard.

First off, people don't just keel over and die from hormone abuse. It's almost ALWAYS from underlying issues that have nothing to do with the hormones. "He was on everything it seems" what does this even mean? Does everything include a list of narcotics? Because that would most certainly be a cause of death.
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That is the most vague response I have ever heard.

First off, people don't just keel over and die from hormone abuse. It's almost ALWAYS from underlying issues that have nothing to do with the hormones. "He was on everything it seems" what does this even mean? Does everything include a list of narcotics? Because that would most certainly be a cause of death.
If I remember (now this was 25yrs ago) there were 8-10 different substances being used and not all of them for human consumption and many of them bought on the black market so you never know what you getting. He died of heart failure I remember and that his heart was massive...

Now this guy was 6ft tall 150kgs/330lbs in weight and really low body fat. I remember he went from 120kgs to 150kgs within 2 years...

Anyway - the subject was about supplements and not the other side.
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