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EPO substitute....Procrit(4 posts)

EPO substitute....ProcritNeoProtoRetro
Mar 23, 2001 7:00 PM
Anyone else seen Procrit? Looks like EPO without being banned. It does the same thing as EPO but it is not EPO. Seems like the ticket!
EPO = ProcritChrisA
Mar 24, 2001 10:40 AM
It is EPO. Procrit is the trade name. And it is banned. And it is a prescription drug.
re: EPO substitute....ProcritChrisA
Mar 24, 2001 10:41 AM
It is EPO. Procrit is the trade name. And it is banned. And it is a prescription drug.
re: EPO substitute....ProcritAndy
Mar 28, 2001 12:37 PM
As Chris said it is the same thing, but one point that it seems you have missed is that there are very few 'banned substances' as such it is classes of drugs based on their pharmacological actions that are banned, so just because a particular named version doesn't appear on a list, if it has the banned action then it is banned.