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Old 02-02-2013, 09:48 PM #126
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Originally Posted by check hook View Post
The thing about TRT is that it's not doping per se if your T is still within normal levels because you are replacing a T deficiency in your body. Here's the kicker though, many pro athletes who need TRT have low T because of side effects of prolonged PED use.
Peterson's testosterone was still within normal levels, and he still was guilty of doping. You can't have synthetic testosterone in your system without a TUE. And unfortunately that is a loophole which can be, and is exploited in a manner that makes it indistinguishable from doping.
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