Jersey City Doctor Supplied Steroids To Officers
December 13, 2010
At least 248 officers and firefighters obtained steroids, growth hormone and other testosterone-boosting drugs from a Jersey City doctor before his death in August 2007, reports the Star-Ledger.
In addition, the newspaper found Joseph Colao often falsely diagnosed his patients with hormone deficiencies to justify his prescriptions, a violation of the law and medical ethics.
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