Gene Doping

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IAAF Anti-Doping Regulations

IAAF Anti-Doping Regulations 2011 Edition - In Force From 1 st May 2011 4 PREFACE It is a sad fact of life that doping has become a deadly threat to sport.

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United States Anti-Doping Agency 2008 Guide to Prohibited Substances and Prohibited Methods of Doping SENIOR EDITOR Larry D. Bowers, Ph.D. EDITOR Richard L. Hilderbrand, Ph.D. CONTRIBUTING EDITORS Jeff J. Podraza, Pharm.D. Carla O'Connell Camila Zardo PUBLISHED BY United States Anti-Doping ...

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Doping Control

2 3 Page Preamble 4 I. Defi nition 5 II. Anti-doping rule violations 6 III. Proof of doping 8 1. Burdens and standards of proof 8 2. Methods of establishing facts and presumptions 8 IV.

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【 "Side Effects " of " Doping drugs " 】 By : Prof. Keun-Youl KIM, M.D. (OCA-MC & Chair of OCA-TUE Subcomm.) ( Handout for Education Symposium - Macau.

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FIFA`s approach to doping in football Doping control from yesterday to today It is only 38 years since drug testing was first introduced at the1968 Olympic Games in Mexico City following the amphetamine and nicotinyl tartrate-related deaths of a number of cyclists at the 1960 summer Olympic ...

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Over this period, major doping investigations have included the BALCO (Bay Area Laboratory Co-Operative) case, which involved doping in various sports instigated by a company in the San Francisco area, ...

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Q&A: Blood Doping Updated July 21, 2006 Page 1 Q&A: Blood Doping What is blood doping? É Blood doping is the misuse of certain techniques and/or substances to increase one's red blood cell mass, which allows the body to transport more oxygen to muscles and therefore increase stamina and ...

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