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Australian Football League Set To Reject James Hird's Call For Independent Review
Published August 19, 2013
MORE SMOKE: In Melbourne, Grant Baker reported an AFL charging document revealed that Essendon players "were to receive 1,500 injections of AOD-9604 and Thymosin." The document "also states more than 16,500 doses of Colostrum and 8,000 doses of Tribulus were planned." The charge sheet also said that "the club allowed the administering of prohibited drugs or alternatively is unable to determine whether players were administered substances prohibited by the AFL anti-doping code and World Anti-Doping Agency code" (HERALD SUN, 8/15).