As this boxer is finishing his fight, which of these hormones is NOT likely to be elevated? Please refer to the following art to answer the following question. As this boxer is finishing his fight, which of these hormones is NOT likely to be elevated? adrenalin insulin ADH androgens

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As this boxer is finishing his fight, which of these hormones is NOT likely to be elevated?
Please refer to the following art to answer the following question.


As this boxer is finishing his fight, which of these hormones is NOT likely to be elevated?
adrenalin
insulin
ADH
androgens

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