When Porter Fischer exposed Coral Gables clinic Biogenesis as the source of performance enhancing drugs to scores of top athletes, including baseball stars Alex Rodriguez and Ryan Braun, his motivation was simple. The clinic's owner, Tony Bosch, had stiffed him out of a $4,000 loan, so he shared records implicating Bosch with New Times to help spark a scandal that resulted in a record round of MLB drug suspensions.
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As he watched the professional baseball drama play out, though, Fischer says he came to believe he could play an important role in another, less discussed, steroid problem: drug use among young athletes, whom Fischer alleges were regular clients at Biogenesis.
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