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Sports supplement will be classified as a steroid in the coming months, Drug Czar Barry McCaffrey announces at a Citizenship Through Sports Alliance meeting in Arlington, Va. June 26. President Clinton's top drug policy adviser maintains androstenedione fits the criteria to be labeled a steroid in two of the three government tests used to classify hormonal substances. Groups such as the Blue Cross/Blue Shield's Healthy Competition Foundation have asked pro athletes to stop using performance enhancing substances, which gained notoriety due to their use by popular stars such as baseball slugger Mark McGwire, who has since stopped using andro (1"The Tan Sheet" April 3, p. 6)
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