• Interesting Article Why would anyone do this? : Bodybuilders Bulk Up Using ... Cancer Drugs?

    Asked by Peroll on Friday, January 17, 2014

    Interesting Article Why would anyone do this? : Bodybuilders Bulk Up Using ... Cancer Drugs?


    This is one thing I just can't understand but is interesting. I am interested in what our breast cancer wing thinks about this.

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    • lilymadeline's Avatar

      As a member of the breast cancer wing who has been on Arimidex and other hormone blockers for years.....
      I THINK THESE PEOPLE ARE CRAZY! THEY'RE COMPLETE IDIOTS! And the doctors prescribing them should lose their medical licenses immediately!
      Why in the world would anyone want to go a drug that causes bone loss, arthritis type symptoms, and fatigue? They must be obsessed to do something this completely stupid and self destructive!
      It is only worth it for me because Arimidex is helping save my life and I feel very lucky that there are so many drugs available to help me, but misusing these drugs is a crazy and stupid thing to do.
      OK that that enough of my opinion! Anyone else?

      over 7 years ago
    • zubsha's Avatar

      I don't get putting diet soda in you body so I surely don't get this! Humans, as a species, have a strong self destruction tendency!

      over 7 years ago
    • ibcarolek's Avatar

      Truth is evident in them being all brawn and no brains.

      over 7 years ago
    • SandiD's Avatar

      This is crazy but I have known body builders and though they look great, they are some of the most unhealthy people around. Before a meet they dehydrate themselves so that their muscles stand out more. With high protein and no water, they are damaging their organs too. My son did this for awhile. They will buy Arimidex online or off the streets. And we know many buy steroids this way too. I hate it! I want to remind the ladies that if Arimidex gets to me too rough, you can try Aromasin or Femara, all come in generic form too. I have tried them all and Femara seems best for me.

      over 7 years ago
    • ladyhawk's Avatar

      wow,, wait til they really meet cancer,, than they will think twice about disrespecting the meds!

      over 7 years ago

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