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March 2, 1989 | TRACY WOOD, Times Staff Writer
Robert B. Kerr, the San Gabriel sports doctor who openly prescribed steroids for athletes before California outlawed the practice, said Wednesday that he will testify at the Canadian inquiry into Olympic athletes' use of body-building drugs. Kerr, 53, said he had talked several times in recent months with investigators conducting the probe and will appear as an "expert witness" in mid-April.
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March 14, 1989 | RANDY HARVEY, Times Staff Writer
Reading excerpts from a diary that she kept throughout her track career, Canadian sprinter Angella Taylor Issajenko provided even more detail Monday than her coach, Charlie Francis, had in previous testimony about her extensive use of anabolic steroids and other banned substances. Among those who provided her with performance-enhancing drugs were two Americans, shotputter Brian Oldfield of San Jose and Dr.
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March 14, 1989 | RANDY HARVEY, Times Staff Writer
Reading excerpts from a diary that she kept throughout her track career, Canadian sprinter Angella Taylor Issajenko provided even more detail Monday than her coach, Charlie Francis, had in previous testimony about her extensive use of anabolic steroids and other banned substances. Among those who provided her with performance-enhancing drugs were two Americans, shotputter Brian Oldfield of San Jose and Dr.
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March 2, 1989 | TRACY WOOD, Times Staff Writer
Robert B. Kerr, the San Gabriel sports doctor who openly prescribed steroids for athletes before California outlawed the practice, said Wednesday that he will testify at the Canadian inquiry into Olympic athletes' use of body-building drugs. Kerr, 53, said he had talked several times in recent months with investigators conducting the probe and will appear as an "expert witness" in mid-April.
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August 17, 1986 | DAVE SELL, The Washington Post
And there seems to be little doubt, therefore, that chronic administration of exogenous human growth hormone also will produce a human giant, and perhaps a giant athlete with gargantuan abilities! --Dr. William N. Taylor The use of anabolic steroids has been a fact of life for some athletes for more than a decade, but in the last few years something new has found its way into the medicine cabinets.
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