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Dr. Michael Scally’s education includes a double degree major in Chemistry (1975) and Life Sciences (1975) from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (M.I.T.) and in 1980 was awarded an MD by Harvard Medical School. His clinical care, research, and investigations early on recognized the lack treatment for anabolic steroid induced hypogonadism [ASIH] occurring after stopping androgen use, both licit and illicit. He has treated ASIH for over two decades and presented and published the findings in the peer reviewed literature and professional organizations.
Dr. Dean St. Mart PhD is a competitive national and international level bodybuilder from Dublin, Ireland. He completed his studies at National University of Ireland Maynooth, where he came top of his year with a First Class Double Honors Degree in Chemistry with Pharmaceutical Chemistry covering major topics in pharmacology and drug design. He also holds a PhD in Synthetic Organic Chemistry and Fluorescence Spectroscopy.
Dan Chaiet is a Biomedical Science Graduate. After completing the educational and research requirements for a PhD in Biomedical Science, Dan is currently studying at York University in Toronto, Ontario, Canada and has less than a year before joining the Medical Board becoming an MD and qualified Doctor.
Dan’s educational emphasis is on performance enhancement drugs (PEDs), endocrinology, nutritional supplements and strategies for health, fat reduction, anti-ageing, muscle growth, disease control and vaccinations. Dan has had an interest in learning and writing about steroid use for over 15 years.
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