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NYPD to Institute Random Steroid Testing of Officers

April 10, 2008  | 

The NYPD will begin random steroid testing starting July 1, police brass said Wednesday.

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Random @ 3/21/2012 7:33 PM

I have not complaint. I do have a question. If a substance makes employee stronger in a dangerous profession, why is an employer against it. Roid rage has been dis-proofed. Steroids do cause cancer. A death by liver cancer is unpleasant, but it comes after retirement and would reduce retirement costs. It is illegal without a prescription. If it is a prescription law issue, why not test for all drugs prescribed randomly?

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