This video was taken when William Llewellyn spoke at the Centre for Public Health at Liveropool John Moores University in April 2014. It is about an hour long, but is very thorough in framing the actual health risks of anabolic steroids abuse, or at least what the medical community knows of them. These are contrasted with the risks associated with anabolic steroids prohibition, policies which has effectively limited the supply of sterile pharmaceutical products, opened the floodgates to underground manufacturers, and increased the risk of harm to users by denying them safe access to safe(er) drugs.
It is an eye-opening lecture that compels us to reexamine the true value of anabolic steroid prohibition. Are we really protecting the public, or inadvertently making things worse?