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Erythropoietin, a.k.a. EPO, an endurance-boosting drug?
"I couldn't even pronounce it."
Modafinil, a stimulant?
"I've never heard of it."
The prosecutors also quizzed Bonds about a calendar entry that said, "Barry 12-2-02 T, 1CC G--pee." Did that reflect events on Dec. 2, 2002, when Bonds used testosterone and growth hormone and then gave a urine sample to Anderson for a private drug test?
"T could mean anything," Bonds replied. "G could mean anything. And pee could probably mean anything."
He couldn't explain a medical report describing his testosterone levels--"I wouldn't even understand it anyway, so they wouldn't talk to me about that," he said--nor calendar entries kept by Anderson that reflected his use of steroids and Clomid.
"I've never had a calendar with him, never had anything," Bonds said.
"Did Greg ever give you insulin?"