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A promotional cube featuring the logos Actovegin and Horm.
Actovegin is manufactured by the Norwegian company Nycomed. The substance has been suspected of improving the circulation of oxygen in the blood. Actovegin came to international attention in late 2000 when French judicial authorities opened an investigation into whether the U.S. Postal Service team of Lance Armstrong used it during the 2000 race, two months after the ICO declared it a banned substance. The investigation was eventually dropped, and Armstrong won the tour for the second straight year.
Presumably, Horm is the name of a company similarly dealing with a hormone drug, although I was unable to find this particular logo on the net.
The arrangement of the stickers is unusual: Only two sides of this cube have markings. The other four sides have normal stickers.
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