Tag Archives: Dr. Anthony Galea

Oct
15
2010
By Conor Nagle under PGA Tour

Proof that HGH works: this man is 51 years old!

If there’s one thing that everyone can agree on, it’s that Tiger Woods has had a pretty bad year. Though you could say he “brought this shame on himself,” simple, old-fashioned bad luck has played its part as well. I mean, out of all the doctors, in all the world, he happened to pick the one (allegedly) running a steroid-smuggling operation. Poor, unwitting Tiger.

On Thursday night, a Buffalo federal grand jury decided to indict Dr. Anthony Galea, the man who helped Tiger Woods recuperate following his 2008 knee injury, on five felony counts, including the the alleged smuggling of misbranded or unapproved drugs into the United States and the practice of medicine without a valid license.

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Jun
30
2010

[Ed. Note: Before anyone starts ranting, the headline is purely satirical.]

The New York Times is reporting that federal authorities have interviewed Tiger Woods in their investigation of Dr. Anthony Galea, who has been accused of smuggling and treating athletes with performance-enhancing drugs. It was the second round of interviews that authorities are administering with Galea’s former patients. This spring baseball players Carlos Beltran and Jose Reyes and several football players were questioned.

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