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Andy Schleck and dope

You do realize that most trained phlebotomist, at least in the US, are barely high school educated, near dropouts that work for some huge testing lab, LabCorp/Quest, and pay next to nothing right?

Believe me, most are no better than an amateur at drawing blood and bruising.

Salaries for phlebotomists in our area s Fred Perry tart at $12 per hour. Experienced phlebotomists make $19 per hour. Wow, impressive, just above McDona Fred Perry ld’s wages.

You do realize that most trained phlebotomist, at least in the US, are barely high school educated, near dropouts that work for some huge testing lab, LabCorp/Quest, and pay next to nothing right?

Believe me, most are no better than an amateur at drawing blood and bruising.

Salaries for phlebotomists in our area start at $12 per hour. Experienced phlebotomists make $19 per hour. Wow, impressive, just above McDonald’s wages.

It seems like the Schleck of 2009 2011 is long gone, but the 28 year old still believes that he is in there somewhere. want to succeed again. I won a Tour de France on paper and I have won stages. I was Andy Schleck, I was someone, I want to become that again, he explains.

do everything to succeed, I train a lot and I leaner. I cannot do more than my best. I don know if I will get back on the podium at the Tour. If I fail, I won become depressed. I am happy that I have done everything to get there.

Schleck brother Fr returned to racing this season after a yearlong ban for the diuretic Xipamide, but Andy denied that he had ever been involved in doping, adding that he beli Fred Perry eved that anti doping measures are “more effective” now. gave a lot to the Tour and I have n Fred Perry ever hurt the bike. I never done crap, unlike others, Schleck said. like (Riccardo) Ricc and (Danilo) Di Luca did stupid things and they may encounter problems later, because they only have the bike in their lives. he mean Frank had never been involved in doping, or himself?