Woods denies using HGH

Tiger Woods told reporters Monday that he never received human growth hormones (HGH) from Dr. Anthony Galea, who is under federal investigation.

Galea is currently under a federal investigation for providing HGH to athletes, according to USA Today.

Woods was treated by Galea in 2008 and 2009 for his knee and achilles tendon. Galea provided blood treatment therapy, which sped up the healing process for Woods, according to USA Today.

"I've never taken any illegal drug in my life," Woods said, according to Espn.

Federal agents have not directly contacted Woods about the investigation. Woods said he would help the investigators out, if he is contacted, according to Espn.


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