Unlike Dianabol (another popular 17aa oral) which is effective in doses of as little as 15mg, Anapolon users generally start with 50mg/day and often lead up to 150mg/day. So when a user takes 3 Anapolon tablets, his liver is processing roughly the equivalent of 30 Dianabol tablets. This obviously is quite a lot of 17aa steroid for your liver to process, so it is pertinent a user has his liver enzymes checked regularly with a doctor. When you hear of horror stories involving liver cancer from steroid use, Anapolon is most often the culprit. For medical treatment, Syntex recommends 1-5mg/kg of bodyweight per day. This leads many patients to take as many as 8+ tabs per day, for extended periods of time. This is much more than an athlete would need and should be using, which may be why documented cases of liver cancer seem more prominent among non-athletes taking Anapolon medically. Lately, many people are speculating on how long this product will be available worldwide. Syntex has stopped production of Anapolon in the ., Oxitosona in Spain and medical use in other areas of the world seems to be declining due to the advent of newer drugs to treat conditions in which Anapolon was formerly used.