The Gloves Are Off
What can experts in the analytical sciences do – if anything – to stop doping?
Joanna Cummings |
The issue of drugs in sport remains a contentious one, with the forensic, legal and medical industries repeatedly drawn into the fray. In last month’s issue, editor Rich Whitworth suggested that analytical scientists need to speak up to avoid being complicit in any controversial decisions made by authorities – especially after Russia accepted a full and indefinite ban from world athletics for “state-sponsored doping” (1). Here, four experts give their views on the role of the analytical community in the war on doping.
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