This, I mean.
Hold on. There are a million treatments for acne. You're telling me that she has to use a banned diuretic for hers . . . so badly that she is going to apply for a medical exemption to use it?
Isotretinoin (Accutane) is not banned. The patent on Accutane expired and its original maker stopped making it because of that and because of lawsuits. Generic versions are available in the US.
FormerAcneGuy wrote:Especially since 99% of acne medications don't do sh*t anyway and the one that does (Accutane) is banned in the US.
So VCB should be just told to be more careful in future
real old guy wrote:
For crying out loud. You people know nothing of the circumstances, only what USADA released. Are you so damaged and petty that you have to keep speculating and bashing? She blew it, she didn't check the list, she admitted it, she supplied all the documentation and USADA did its job. What you're doing is called "gossip". Unless you know her personally and actually have facts & you were present during the investigation you have nothing but your imaginations. Try to get over yourselves and enjoy the holidays.