Medical Tribunal Claims Freeman Ordered Testosterone “Knowing Or Believing” It Was For An Athlete

Supported by The medical misconduct panel investigating Dr Richard Freeman, former Team Sky and British Cycling doctor, amended its allegations Thursday to specify that a box of Testogel testosterone patches delivered to the Manchester headquarters of British Cycling in 2011 was ordered “knowing or believing it was to be administered to an athlete to improve their athletic … The post Medical tribunal claims Freeman ordered testosterone “knowing or believing” it was for an athlete appeared first on CyclingTips .

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