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Old 07-17-2007, 02:46 PM   #1
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Default Breaking News Chris, Nancy and Daniel Toxicology Results

Chris Benoit was positive for Xanex at 50 micrograms per liter. Hydrocodone 45 micrograms per liter. Theraputic range and not toxic. Chris Benoit's urine tested positive for the steroid testosterone at 207 micrograms per liter. The elevated level in the urine. No other steroids found in his urine. GHB was not found in any 3 of the individuals.

The results are in for the Benoit family toxicology reports.

Kriss Sperry - Georgia Chief Medical Examiner gave the details - here they are:

Nancy Benoit had 3 different drugs in her system. Hydrocodone (Mortab, Morset at 120 micrograms per liter. Hydromorphone directly from the brakedown. Xanex at 23 micrograms per liter. All 3 drugs are at a theraputic level - not toxic levels. The body was decomposing at the time of the toxicology report and that could have affected the drug levels. Blood 0.184. Not possible to say if any or all of the

Daniel's blood tested positive for Xanex at 100 micrograms per liter. Elevated. Not a drug that would be given to a child. Based upon this finding, it is their opinion that Daniel was sedated by Xanex at the time of his death.



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Old 07-17-2007, 05:54 PM   #2
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Default Re: Breaking News Chris, Nancy and Daniel Toxicology Results

so is that alot of steroids he had in him or did the media blow it out of proportion as a roid rage killing?

seems to me if he gave his kid xanex it was more planned and not a "rage" where he just went nuts outta nowhere.

also, with the majority of male suicides, the husband generally takes out the entire family. Its not like something this awful is without precedent

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Old 07-17-2007, 05:58 PM   #3
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Default Re: Breaking News Chris, Nancy and Daniel Toxicology Results

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so is that alot of steroids he had in him or did the media blow it out of proportion as a roid rage killing?

seems to me if he gave his kid xanex it was more planned and not a "rage" where he just went nuts outta nowhere.

also, with the majority of male suicides, the husband generally takes out the entire family. Its not like something this awful is without precedent

Yeah thats what I want to know...
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Old 07-17-2007, 06:00 PM   #4
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Yeah thats what I want to know...

thats a lot IMO:

http://www.wrestlemag.com/news/index.php?p=6448



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Something that we failed to mention in our notes from this afternoon’s press conference revealing toxicology reports for the Benoit family was that Chris Benoit’s testosterone-epitestosterone levels came in at an alarming ratio of 59:1.

To give you a little background information on this, my understanding is that as well as producing natural testosterone, the human body also produces a substance called epitestosterone. Drug tests are carried out to compare ratios between the two because if you were to artificially increase your testosterone levels, your epitestosterone levels remain the same.

As we’ve documented over the past few weeks, the average human has a T/E ratio of 1:1, although it can be slightly higher than this.

If you underwent a drug test and gave results of 4:1, this would be considered a fail in the majority of sports. World Wrestling Entertainment’s current Wellness Policy (which you can find in full here) states that, “any T/E ratio greater than four (4) but less than ten (10) shall require follow-up testing and/or medical evaluation to determine if the test shall be interpreted as positive for the active use of Testosterone or evidence of other steroids influencing the T/E ratio“.

In short, a 4:1 ratio in WWE raises questions, but isn’t a fail.

Anything higher than a 10:1 T/E ratio would be an automatic fail in WWE based on their current policy. While it is possible for an individual to have a T/E ratio that is naturally much higher than normal, this is highly unlikely, and the current policy, as we’ve previously discussed on the site, has such a high fail level in order to reduce the amount of positive (failed) tests.

Although unconfirmed, it goes without saying that a 59:1 T/E ratio comes as a result of more than just testosterone replacement.
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