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Inside Story (Steroid Probe) #740416

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Oct 23, 2003
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(San Francisco: John Blackstone) The investigation of nutritional supplement salesman Victor Conte† and his company, BALCO Labs, the maker of THG, a “designer” steroid that until recently was undetectable, featured; details given of Conte’s claims about improving athletes’ performance; scenes shown of pumped-up baseball players Jason Giambi†† & Barry Bonds. [“Sports Illustrated” Roy JOHNSON†- says this is probably the most far-reaching scandal in the history of sports.] [American College of Sports Medicine Douglas KALMAN†- doubts Conte’s claims.] [National Council Against Health Fraud David LIGHTSEY†- notes the results indicate steroid use or growth hormone.]

Rather, Dan;
Blackstone, John

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