Steroids hysteria might inhibit progress

Perhaps our emotional responses to performance-enhancing drugs aren't helping

Originally Published: October 13, 2010
By Patrick Hruby | Special to ESPN.com

Forty percent.

Almost half the population of any given locker room.

An equivalent number, proportionally, to the number of young Americans who have college degrees.

Downright Canseco-nian.

Crack some eggs: This is your national pastime on drugs. According to an anonymous NFL player writing in the current issue of ESPN The Magazine, four out of every 10 of his peers use human growth hormone. And that, in turn, is a serious problem -- at least ...

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