Steroids in Sports Four Oakland Raiders' players recently became the first professional athletes in the United States to test positive for THG, a once undetectable steroid. We'll talk with the scientist who cracked its code.

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Don Catlin
*Director of the UCLA Olympic Analytical Laboratory
*Professor, molecular and medical pharmacology at the University of California, Los Angeles

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Steroids in Sports

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Four Oakland Raiders' players recently became the first professional athletes in the United States to test positive for THG, a once undetectable steroid. We'll talk with the scientist who cracked its code.

Guest:

Don Catlin
*Director of the UCLA Olympic Analytical Laboratory
*Professor, molecular and medical pharmacology at the University of California, Los Angeles