A list of the drugs allegedly used by Essendon.
Thirty-eight players signed consent forms, agreeing to:
- One weekly AOD-9604 injection for the 2012 season
- One weekly Thymosin injection for six weeks, and then one monthly injection
- Two Colostrum daily in each training week and two Colostrum post-game
- One Tribulus forte daily in each training week and one Tribulus prior to the game
SUBSTANCES MENTIONED IN THE AFL STATEMENT OF CHARGES
- Actovegin. Club doctor Bruce Reid wrote it "seems ludicrous that a few mls (millilitres) of calf's blood spun down" would speed up player recovery.
- AOD-9604. Used via injections and in cream form.
- Cerebrolysin. Mixed with unspecified amino acids and given to players in April 2012.
- Hexarelin. Banned by AFL and world anti-doping codes. Kept at the club in unlocked fridge. Injected into club support staffer "multiple times". Given to another support staffer for self-injection.
- Lactaway. Coach James Hird sent results of a university paper into the substance in August 2011. Club dietician warns Hird there is no proven effects and no proven data about it.
- Melanotan II. Hird sent vials of the substance, and syringes, by former high performance manager Dean Robinson in October 2011.
- SARM-22. Banned by AFL and world anti-doping codes. Kept at the club. Given to a volunteer.
- TA-65. Then-club sports scientist Stephen Dank says "Collingwood is on TA65" in a December 2011 text message to Robinson. Dank separately administered the anti-ageing substance to a player.
- Thymosin Beta 4. Substance banned by AFL and world anti-doping codes.- Traumeel. Three players given the substance in Queensland in April 2012.