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    Interesting article I came upon. Any thoughts?

    Wondering if the big "C" has ever been linked to steroids .
    Bodybuilder Dean Wharmby dies after eating 10,000 calories a day and steroid abuse | Daily Mail Online

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    That's article has been around for a while. They have no clue whether his death was related to AAS. Same story with Lyle Alzado. If a bodybuilder dies of anything other than old age it's automatically drug related. Easy thing to blame....
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    Cancer is big money....they want us to believe everything causes cancer


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    People die of cancer at all ages. When someone who did aas dies of cancer (or any other ailment) they automatically blame the juice and exploit their situation to write some shitty uneducated article bashing steroids . Actual Recreational drugs blatantly kill people every day but when you get caught overdosed on a bathroom floor they just send you to rehab and let you relapse a month later. End the drug war!

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    There you go,steroids = death,but pizza,bacon,and gallons of energy drinks are fine.
    Good to know the medical profession,are on top of their game.

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    With all due respect to Mrs. Hashmi, she is not a medical professional. A friend of mine who doesn't smoke, drink, do any recreational drug, and eats a great diet just got diagnosed with brain cancer. Why him? Live in moderation and if it's your time, it's your time. Just enjoy the journey.

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    AAS is not a mutagenic or mitogenic compound so I can’t see where there
    Is any mechanism to cause a cancerous condition except for maybe the other chems in solution that stabilizes the hormone.
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    All of you are some wonderful folks.

    Good thread.

    Being born is the number one killer.
    I like to think of the body as an engine.
    The more you lean it toward high performance the less miles/hours you get out of it.

    Yes, there are genetic exceptions and some long lasting engines out there. Fact is if you throw stage four injectors and turbo onto a 12 valve cummins you won't see 500,000 miles regardless of maitenance.

    Now...

    Who wants to putt around in a stock 12 valve watching the newer stock trucks blow their doors off?

    Not I. No spank you!

    This bitch is getting the works right down to water/methanol injection! I will throw a rod at 200,000 miles or so but it will be a fuckin ride. They will talk about that crazy big fucker and his crazy ass ride long after its over.

    High performance and longevity are not friends.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MuscleScience View Post
    AAS is not a mutagenic or mitogenic compound so I can’t see where there
    Is any mechanism to cause a cancerous condition except for maybe the other chems in solution that stabilizes the hormone.
    Faster cell production = quicker death with cancer. There is no "shake and bake" to how cancer starts. Dealing with it is the point against steroids .

    RIP to the dude but not doing yearly physicals at any age while on steroids is dumb dumb dumb. Body Builders are not known to be rocket scientists. I am sure his money went to cover that 10,000 calories of food bill every day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScotchGuard02 View Post
    With all due respect to Mrs. Hashmi, she is not a medical professional. A friend of mine who doesn't smoke, drink, do any recreational drug, and eats a great diet just got diagnosed with brain cancer. Why him? Live in moderation and if it's your time, it's your time. Just enjoy the journey.
    My sentiments exactly!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Obspowerstroke View Post
    All of you are some wonderful folks.

    Good thread.

    Being born is the number one killer.
    I like to think of the body as an engine.
    The more you lean it toward high performance the less miles/hours you get out of it.

    Yes, there are genetic exceptions and some long lasting engines out there. Fact is if you throw stage four injectors and turbo onto a 12 valve cummins you won't see 500,000 miles regardless of maitenance.

    Now...

    Who wants to putt around in a stock 12 valve watching the newer stock trucks blow their doors off?

    Not I. No spank you!

    This bitch is getting the works right down to water/methanol injection! I will throw a rod at 200,000 miles or so but it will be a fuckin ride. They will talk about that crazy big fucker and his crazy ass ride long after its over.

    High performance and longevity are not friends.
    I like how you use car metaphors since being gearhead(not the anabolic kind) I understand what you mean.

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