I've been looking at all the You Tube videos that have medical professionals crying that the sky is falling and how horrible steroids are. Their claims are highly exaggerated, and out-right false. One of our leading sports columnists commented on Costas' remarks regarding gun control and during his editorial he brushed upon Bonds, a steroid issue. I wrote him in response to his defense of Costas and politely challenged him and any medical professional to debate steroids and the exaggerated claims on usage and effects. I doubt he'll even respond, but I really get tired of all the false statements made by so-called professionals. I saw one such doctor claim that he has seen athletes using up to 6000mgs of test per week and that the average male has only an average of 25mgs. Well, I won't even go into the obvious ignorance of such a statement. But this is what is being spread out there by otherwise responsible doctors. Fact is, the average body builder on AAS knows more about AAS than 99% of the doctors out there. And any doctor who is honest (mine is) readily admits that they were never schooled on AAS and that they learn a lot from us.