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Australia Dank charged over time at Darwin clinic

11:20  03 december  2019
11:20  03 december  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Stephen Dank , the architect of the Essendon Football Club's supplements saga, has been charged in the North Disgraced sports scientist Stephen Dank has been accused of causing serious harm, among other charges relating to his time working at a Darwin anti-ageing clinic .

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Disgraced sports scientist Stephen Dank has been accused of causing serious harm, among other charges relating to his time working at a Darwin anti-ageing clinic.

Dank, 56, is facing fraud offences and charges of recklessly endangering serious harm and causing serious harm while working at the Ageless Health Clinic NT in 2017, NT police said in a statement.

Dank was the architect of AFL club Essendon's 2012 supplements regime, which led to 34 players being suspended from competition in 2016 after they were found to have been injected with a banned substance Thymosin beta-4.

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Stephen Dank facing fraud charges over work at Darwin anti-ageing clinic . Man behind the Essendon supplements scandal has been charged by Northern Territory Police with offences relating to time working at a Darwin business in 2017.

Dank charged over time at Darwin clinic . Stephen Dank , the architect of the Essendon Football Club's supplements saga, has been charged in the Northern Territory with causing harm and fraud.

The biochemist was also involved in the NRL supplements scandal involving the injecting of two growth hormone-releasing peptides at Cronulla, resulting in a 12-month ban for coach Shane Flanagan and 12 players.

He has been summoned to appear at the Darwin Local Court on December 18.

Ageless Health Clinics NT states on its website that it supplies medically administered anti-ageing and cosmetic treatments.

Management at the clinic would not comment on Tuesday.

Player-manager Peter Jess, who represents former Bomber Nathan Lovett-Murray who is challenging the verdict against him, told News Corp newspapers the charges against Dank placed fresh doubt on what was given to players and the potential health implications.

Dank was targeted in a drive-by shooting and suffered a graze injury when a bullet fragment hit his forehead after six shots were fired at his Melbourne home in the middle of the night in July 2016.

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