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March 12, 2008
JOHNS HOPKINS EXPERT CAN DISCUSS THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN HGH AND ANABOLIC STEROIDS
"Play Ball!" will soon be heard in major league baseball parks across the country. It may also signal renewed controversy over Major League Baseball's Mitchell Report on the use by professional athletes of such banned substances as anabolic steroids and human growth hormone (HGH).
Roberto Salvatori, M.D., associate professor in the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine's division of endocrinology & metabolism, can discuss the differences, the legitimate and therapeutic uses and side effects of HGH and anabolic steroids and offer answers to the following questions:
Roberto Salvatori, M.D., associate professor in the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine's division of endocrinology & metabolism
John M. Lazarou
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