SO here’s a moral puzzle: what do you do when evidence comes forward that the product you make, rather than helping people, may instead be hurting people? Do you stop marketing it? Do you add a warning label? How many people does it have to hurt? How much evidence is needed before some sort of action on the part of the manufacturer is ethically required? >>>
Exactly what causes testicular cancer remains largely a mystery to the scientific community, but a new study published recently in the British Journal of Cancer has uncovered an unexpectedly high correlation between muscle-building supplements and the condition…..