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Bodybuilding drugs sold online often contain unapproved substances, study says

Selective androgen receptor modulators, known as SARMs, are pharmaceutical drugs that mimic the effects of testosterone. Not yet approved by the US Food and Drug Administration, these compounds are often marketed to bodybuilders online as "legal steroids" that can help them look leaner and more muscular.

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