Anthony Galea is a Canadian sports medicine doctor who specializes in a technique known as platelet-rich plasma therapy (PRP). In December 2009, the New York Times and The Associated Press reported that Galea was under criminal investigation for allegedly supplying performance-enhancing drugs to professional athletes, specifically HGH.
Almost a year later, despite the stigma surrounding him, Galea is as popular as ever. SI.com presents a few of the prominent athletes who have been connected to Galea, starting with Tiger Woods. Galea allegedly made house calls to Woods now infamous Windermere, Fla., home in February and March 2009 after his agents became concerned with Woods' slower-than-expected recovery from knee surgery. Woods vehemently denies ever receiving HGH or any other performance-enhancing drugs.