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Serious allegations in this article on the use of Toradol
This post was edited by allwillbeorange on 1/3/2013 at 5:20 PM
Despite stated label risks of possible fatal heart attack, stroke or organ failure, college football players across the country are still being given injections of a powerful painkiller on game days so they can play while injured, an ABC News investigation has found. The drug, a generic version of Toradol, is recommended for the short-term treatment of post-operative pain in hospitals but has increasingly been used in college and professional sports, and its use is not monitored by the NCAA, the governing body of college sports.
Sounds like something out of Varsity Blues.
This post was edited by wataugavol on 1/3/2013 at 3:49 PM
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