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  1. Drugs in Sport
  2. Mass Spectrometry in Sports Drug Testing: Characterization of Prohibited Substances and Doping Control Analytical Assays (Wiley - Interscience Series on Mass Spectrometry) by Mario Thevis, 2010-08-02
  3. Blood Sports: The Inside Dope on Drugs in Sport by Robin Parisotto, 2006-01
  4. Martindale's Drugs Restricted in Sport 2008 Pocket Companion
  5. Drugs And Sports (Library in a Book) by Fred C. Pampel, 2007-03
  6. Doping in Elite Sport: the Politics of Drugs in the Olympic Mvnt: The Politics of Drugs in the Olympic Movement by Wayne Wilson, Edward Derse, 2000-08-25
  7. Dope: Use of Drugs in Sport by Les Woodland, 1980-02-28
  8. Dying to Win: The Athlete's Guide to Safe and Unsafe Drugs in Sports by Michael J. Asken, 1988-12
  9. Drugs in Sports by Edward F. Dolan, 1992-04
  10. Drugs in Sport (Issues)
  11. The NFL: Steroids and Human Growth Hormone (Disgraced! the Dirty History of Performance-Enhancing Drugs in Sports) by Michael Sommers, 2009-09
  12. College Athletics: Steroids and Supplement Abuse (Disgraced! the Dirty History of Performance-Enhancing Drugs in Sports) by Annie Leah Sommers, 2009-09
  13. Professional Wrestling: Steroids in and Out of the Ring (Disgraced! the Dirty History of Performance-Enhancing Drugs in Sports) by Jeri Freedman, 2009-09
  14. Forever Natural: How to Excel in Sports Drug-Free by Dave Tuttle, 1991-03

1. Legalize Performance Enhancing Drugs In Sports!!! - ArmchairGM - Sports Wiki Dat
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2. Drugs In Sports: News & Videos About Drugs In Sports -
How come you hardly ever talk about or investigate tennis players and doping? We only hear about positive tests when the ITF publicize the results. But you hardly ever

3. Drugs In Sports - Consultant
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In my day job as a scientist, I consult for organizations that fight doping in sports and test athletes for performance-enhancing drugs. These are prohibited in sports to protect fair play and the athletes' health. I have worked with Don Catlin at the UCLA Olympic Lab since 1984, including as the lab Associate Director for over a decade. I write about drugs in sports for readers of all ages.
  • because in 1984, when the Olympics were coming to Los Angeles, I heard myself say, "I wish I could be the one inventing lab drug tests!"
  • because as a pharmacist, I know about drugs; as a Ph.D. Analytical-Organic Chemist, I know how to identify drugs; and as a bilingual person (French and English) I know the two official languages of the International Olympic Committee and the World Anti-Doping Agency
  • and because I want to pass accurate information about drugs in sports to those who need to understand it to make decisions, including athletes, sports officials, lawyers, parents and children.
How I got a job at the UCLA Olympic Lab:
In 1984, while finishing my doctoral thesis work at the UCLA Chemistry Department, I read about the UCLA (School of Medicine) Olympic Lab in the campus papers. The lab used the same technology to identify drugs as the one I used for my research: mass spectrometry. I proposed to lab director Don Catlin to be his volunteer French interpreter for media interviews. He said, "I don't need an interpreter, but I could use a mass spectrometrist. Would you like a job?" And I said, "Now there's an idea!" We've worked well together ever since.

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Posted on 2010-10-29 16:00:56 San Francisco Giants outfielder Jose Guillen, who was left off the team's playoff roster, has been linked to an investigation into a shipment of human growth hormone allegedly sent to his wife, according to sources.
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7. Barry Bonds Steroid Debate Highlights History Of Drugs In Sports
The hullabaloo surrounding baseball player Barry Bonds shows that modern society disapproves of drugs mixing with sports. But that wasn't always the case.

8. Drugs In Sport
ANTI DOPING DRUGS IN SPORTS. On Saturday 22nd March, the Camogie Committee of the GAA launched their excellent new booklet on antidoping rules
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On Saturday 22nd March, the Camogie Committee of the GAA launched their excellent new booklet on anti-doping rules, procedures, and included a checklist of medicines safe to take in common illnesses. The booklet is one of the most up to date, as it includes the new changes introduced on Jan 1st removing Phenylephrine from the banned list, and thereby making life easier for any NI competitors. Many products like some of the LEMSIP range have Phenylephrine in the UK and NI versions, but not in the Irish ones, and up until now there was a real worry that a player could be banned by assuming Lemsip is the same throughout the whole country. There still are many reasons to be careful, even when going from South to North, but many less than last year Pharmacist, Brendan Quinn was invited to talk at the seminar in the famous stadium, and a lively debate ensued about the rules, and testing in/out of competition.Two excellent videos provided by the Irish Sports Council were shown to demonstrate just how easy it is to take the wrong product, even while shopping, socializing or partying, but also to dispel the many myths of testing procedures. Surprisingly during the video, one important procedure was missed : the taking of the Specific Gravity of the urine before signing off the samples for testing. (If urine is too "thin" athletes may have to give another sample)

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10. The Price Of 'roid Rage' - CBC Archives
Tells the story of a former boxer whose steroid use led to the amputation of his legs. Includes audio clip and facts about his boxing career.
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          Hazelton started taking steroids, put on 27 pounds, and moved up the world rankings, coming close to qualifying to face Joe Frazier for the heavyweight title. In 1980 circulation problems and pain in his legs ended Hazelton's boxing career. He moved on to taking human growth hormone. He bulked up to 320 pounds before the leg damage led to amputation above the knees in 1986 and 1987. Because steroids lead to bone loss, he has needed more than 50 operations on his legs.
          Hazelton embarked on a lecture tour, speaking to more than five million high school students about the dangers of steroids "Roid rage" is a term used to describe the symptoms of aggression sometimes prompted by steroid use. In addition to their physical side effects, steroids can cause manic symptoms including aggression, euphoria, reckless behaviour, decreased need for sleep and, when taken in high doses, even violence. There is still scientific debate about the existence of such symptoms, due in part to the ethical problems posed by giving high doses of steroids in experiments.

11. Office Of National Drug Control Policy -- Drug & Sports
Combating Doping in Sports. Doping is the use of a substance that artificially enhances athletic performance. These substances often pose a significant risk to the health and well
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Doping is the use of a substance that artificially enhances athletic performance. These substances often pose a significant risk to the health and well-being of athletes. The use of performance-enhancing drugs undermines the ideals of sports and devalues and debases the rewards of competition. Despite the range of health risks and ethical implications, many athletes at both the professional and amateur levels use these dangerous substances. The entry into force in 2007 of an International Convention Against Doping in Sport also marked a historic milestone in the fight against doping. Drafted under the auspices of the United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and with significant leadership from the United States, the Convention sets forth the commitment of governments worldwide to emphasize international cooperation and to give priority to anti-doping efforts. The Convention has already been ratified by more than 70 nations. The ratification process in the United States continues to progress rapidly. While the Convention does not alter the manner in which sports operate and are regulated in the United States, ratification of this international document sends a clear message about our commitment to eliminate doping in sports.

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13. Sports Medicine Council Nova Scotia
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15. Performance Enhancing Drugs In Sports | Sportales
The effect of performance enhancing drugs in sports and the uprising of drugs among children. What have we and can we as Americans do to help or prevent the issue at hand?

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17. Use Of Performance-enhancing Drugs In Sport - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
The use of performanceenhancing drugs in sport is commonly referred to by the disparaging term doping , particularly by those organizations that regulate competitions.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Redirected from Doping (sport) Jump to: navigation search This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page The use of performance-enhancing drugs in sport is commonly referred to by the disparaging term "doping", particularly by those organizations that regulate competitions. The use of performance enhancing drugs is mostly done to improve athletic performance. This is why many sports ban the use of performance enhancing drugs. Another similar use of medical technology is called blood doping , either by blood transfusion or use of the hormone erythropoietin (EPO). The use of drugs to enhance performance is considered unethical by most international sports organizations and especially the International Olympic Committee , although ethicists have argued that it is little different from the use of new materials in the construction of suits and sporting equipment, which similarly aid performance and can give competitors advantage over others. The reasons for the ban are mainly the alleged health threat of performance-enhancing drugs, the equality of opportunity for athletes and the supposedly exemplary effect of "clean" ("doping-free") sports in the public.

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19. - SPECIAL - Anabolic Steroids
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20. Drugs In Sports - EBaum's World Forum
Sports Drugs in Sports Sports How do you feel about Athletes taking Preformance enhancing drugs? Do you think it should be totally outlawed or do think they should be

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