Designer Steroids, Part 2 In the second of two reports on illegal steroids, NPR's Tom Goldman reports on the underground race to make undetectable drugs. Informal networks of developers share their secrets and try to keep one step ahead of authorities. Some athletes and bodybuilders turn to designer steroids to enhance their performance.
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Designer Steroids, Part 2

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Designer Steroids, Part 2

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In the second of two reports on illegal steroids, NPR's Tom Goldman reports on the underground race to make undetectable drugs. Informal networks of developers share their secrets and try to keep one step ahead of authorities. Some athletes and bodybuilders turn to designer steroids to enhance their performance.

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