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    Teamupjohn is offline Junior Member
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    Dec 2003

    Side effects

    A question to the almighty experienced and knowledgeable user.

    We all know AAS carry side affects, but at what point is it considered to be a health hazard from extended usage? The main concern is cancer. I'm no doctor, and I don't play one on TV, but that is a question I have not been able to find any posts on. Now I know that gear effects each user differently, but, obviously a person whos uses gear at a higher frequency, would be more apt to be at risk? I'm a user myself of course, but I think I would be considered novice to some of you bros on here. Trsut me, if I could access gear on a more regular basis, I'd be broke. I do what I can when I can. Comments please.

    peace (but not in the middle east)

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    BigGreen is offline Anabolic Member
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    I think you're conflating the concerns of GH and AAS in this instance. Your run of the mill AAS is very tissue specific as a result of its metabolic pathways, and its chances of causing or exacerbating cancer are, insofar as I know, virtually nil. GH, on the other hand, as well as IGF, can in fact cause a PREEXISTING cancerous condition to worsen or expedite; it can not, it is widely believed, actually CAUSE the cancer. As far as cancer goes, you look to be **** in the clear. But, i'll leave final judgement to someone of a bit more intelligence.

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