Gary Wadler

former Medical Advisor, White House Office of National Drug Control Policy

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Associate Professor of Medicine at New York University's School of Medicine, lead author of the textbook, Drugs and the Athlete; former medical advisor on doping for the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy

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“It's a tragedy. It's a shame. My sense, is, it's a great embarrassment on Major League Baseball.”

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