Here’s what drug-tested athletes need to know about the anti-doping status of various iron deficiency treatments (permitted or prohibited.)
Modifications to the testing process may be necessary to protect the integrity of the sample and ensure the wellbeing of the athlete.
Information about some of the medications athletes might be prescribed if they contract COVID-19, as well as the anti-doping status of each treatment.
The peptide BPC-157 is not approved for human clinical use, may lead to negative health effects, and could be added to the Prohibited List at any time.
USADA advises athletes to avoid all products that make performance-enhancing claims, including testosterone-boosting supplements.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has added the ingredient 5-Alpha-Hydroxy-Laxogenin to its Dietary Supplement Ingredient Advisory List.
Here’s what athletes should know about AICAR and other AMP activated protein kinase activators that are prohibited in sport.