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Study finds steroids in supplements easily purchased online

published: 01-19-2011 Journal entry icon

A recent article in the Washington Post has a story reporting that steroids are readily available through Amazon.com, according to a prominent anti-doping researcher who ordered several dietary supplements from the consumer Web site  and tested them to verify that they indeed contained potent, illegal - and potentially dangerous - oral steroids.

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Study finds steroids in supplements easily purchased online