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Discussion in 'The Pub' started by doonx, Oct 4, 2006.
It makes you wonder.
it all seems very normal to me, media beat up :?
Yeah, I didn't see what the big deal was. It was an antibiotic, to potentially save his life, that wasn't actually a performance enhancer. I think it was a good call by the NRL to just keep a hat on it. But +1 to Webke for making it public, obviously a very honest character
No, it's not an antibiotic at all, it's a drug that stops the body processing the antibiotic and dischsrging it through the kidneys. Basically, it makes the body hold the antibiotic longer.
It also could never ever save his life. If he was that injured that the application of an anitbiotic was truly a lifesaving measure, he would have been in hospital.