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  • n. A sulfamyl drug used to treat heart failure.

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  • The NFL has attempted to suspend the two Vikings players for testing positive in 2008 for the diuretic bumetanide, which is on the league's list of banned substances as a possible masking agent for steroids.

    Judge rules in NFL's favor in 'StarCaps' case

  • The league has attempted to suspend the players for testing positive for the diuretic bumetanide, which is on the league's list of banned substances as a possible masking agent for steroids.

    NFL officials meet with WADA

  • The Williamses were initially suspended in 2008 for taking a weight-loss supplement called StarCaps that contained a banned diuretic called bumetanide that can mask the presence of steroids.

    The Seattle Times

  • The Williamses, who are not related, tested positive in 2008 for the diuretic bumetanide, which is banned by the N.F.L. because it can mask the presence of steroids.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Two Minnesota Vikings, Kevin Williams and Pat Williams - who are not related - tested positive in 2008 for the diuretic bumetanide, which is banned by the NFL because of its masking capabilities.

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  • The Vikings players tested positive in 2008 for the diuretic bumetanide, which is banned by the NFL because it can mask the presence of steroids.

    daytondailynews.com - News

  • That banned substance was an over the counter weight loss supplement bumetanide which is a potent diuretic which can be used as a masking agent for steroids.

    SBNation.com - All Posts

  • The players said they ingested the substance unknowingly by taking the weight loss product StarCaps, and faulted officials associated with the league's testing program for failing to share with players prior knowledge that StarCaps contained bumetanide.

    Judge rules in NFL's favor in 'StarCaps' case

  • Judge Larson also addressed the NFL's failure to notify the players that StarCaps contained bumetanide, despite the fact that the league became aware that StarCaps contained the banned substance as far back as 2006.

    Gabriel A. Feldman: Breaking Down the Latest Development in the Star Caps Saga

  • That seemed to potentially clear the way for the NFL to enforce its four-game suspensions of the two players for testing positive for the banned diuretic bumetanide.

    'StarCaps' suspensions kept on hold

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