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College Football Teams Use Potentially Dangerous Drug

January 4, 2013
 

Many big-time college football programs use a generic version of the pain-relief drug Toradol to treat players -- despite evidence that its use could lead to possible fatal heart attacks, strokes or organ failure, ABC News reported. Of top programs, only the University of Oklahoma and the University of Nebraska at Lincoln told ABC News that they have limited or stopped the use of the drug.

 

 

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