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Doctor in Panthers case had own vision of health

Updated: September 7, 2006, 8:37 AM ET
By Tom Farrey | ESPN The Magazine

The 59-year-old father of two grown children considered himself a fan of skateboarder Tony Hawk and the forward 960. He insisted that we are all living in a "cesspool" of "200,000 weird chemicals" that are breaking down our bodies. He asserted that President Bush's policies suggested a lack of testosterone. He wondered whether a friend of his was right, that he should run for Congress as a Libertarian. As conversations with medical doctors go, my interview with James Shortt a year ago was decidedly, ...

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