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I just noted, when I watch the "hair club for men" commercials the doctor's name is Gaffney as well.

A bit of an interesting coincidence.


I went and found a link confirming this:

Dr. John Gaffney, maybe it runs in the family.

It's a strange coincidence that I think, hair restoration drugs have been on banned lists because I believe they could be used to mask the use of other drugs. I think, that happened to a skier at the last Winter Olympics.


Hispanic is not an ethnicity. Hispanic is not a race. Hispanic can be white, Asian, Native, black, mixed,...

tennis roids

I think that these types of "studies" are seriously flawed and will only serve to give someone who comes up positive a bogus excuse based on their ethnicity.

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