Actovegin: Tiger Woods' Former Doctor Found with Doping Substance

By Deena Bustillo on
Actovegin is one of the drugs found on Tiger Woods' former knee doctor, Dr. Anthony Galea. Galea is being investigated by Canadian and US authorities for possibly giving high-profile clients performance-enhancing drugs, according to NowPublic.com. He was arrested by Canadian officials on October 15, after he was found with human growth hormone, or HGH, and Actovegin. Apparently HGH is illegal in Canada, but is approved in the US, but only in very specific instances. Actovegin is banned in...Read Full Story

Dr. Anthony Galea Treated Tiger Woods, Being Investigated for Steroids

By Deena Bustillo on
Dr. Anthony Galea treated Tiger Woods after his 2008 knee injury, and now the doctor is being investigated by Canadian and US authorities for possibly giving high-profile clients performance-enhancing drugs, according to NowPublic.com. He was arrested by Canadian officials on October 15, after he was found with human growth hormone, or HGH, and Actovegin. Apparently HGH is illegal in Canada, but is approved in the US, but only in very specific instances. Actovegin is banned in the US...Read Full Story