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Counting the cost of doping in sport

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“ The murky world of doping in sport can have financial as well as sporting, social and health consequences.”
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The Truth About Performance Enhancing Drugs in Sports

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“ Performance enhancing drugs are often the result of athletes trying to gain a competitive edge in their sport; however, many of these drugs are not only banned, but are also detrimental to an athlete's health.”
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New Muscle Drugs Could Be The Next Big Thing In Sports Doping : NPR

New Muscle Drugs Could Be The Next Big Thing In Sports Doping : NPR | P.E Scholarship Drugs in Sports | Scoop.it
From human growth hormone to EPO, many sports doping products these days come from big drug companies, not rogue chemists.

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World Anti- Doping Agency are not able to keep up with Advancing Technology

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Drug use in sports explored - The Daily Titan

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Economic TimesDrug use in sports exploredThe Daily TitanFulbright scholar and leading expert in the history of drug use in sports, Paul Dimeo, visited Cal State Fullerton to discuss with students on elite athlete doping Tuesday.


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Only we can stop cheating before it starts -- no anti-doping agency can do that - ESPN

Only we can stop cheating before it starts -- no anti-doping agency can do that - ESPN | P.E Scholarship Drugs in Sports | Scoop.it
ESPNOnly we can stop cheating before it starts -- no anti-doping agency can do thatESPNDue to the handling of Lance Armstrong's recent USADA investigation, however, I can't help but wonder if these organizations' very existence, along with their persistent...
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Top 10 Pros and Cons - Sports and Drugs - ProCon.org

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Pro and con quotes related to the core question: Should performance enhancing drugs (such as steroids) be accepted in sports? Read sourced pros and cons from top experts, government officials, scholars, pundits, and more.

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Only we can stop cheating before it starts -- no anti-doping agency can do that - ESPN

Only we can stop cheating before it starts -- no anti-doping agency can do that - ESPN | P.E Scholarship Drugs in Sports | Scoop.it

ESPNOnly we can stop cheating before it starts -- no anti-doping agency can do thatESPNDue to the handling of Lance Armstrong's recent USADA investigation, however, I can't help but wonder if these organizations' very existence, along with their persistent...


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Theresa Fitzpatrick's curator insight, September 16, 2013 4:17 PM

There's a line to cross for both testers and athletes before the latter can be labeled cheaters. These agencies seem to be moving that line, without the consensus of those who have to abide by their rules, in order to get convictions to stick.