Building on the existing tests for growth hormone (GH) abuse in sport, scientists continue to make advancements in successfully detecting doping in sport.
From May 27-31, 2014, the American College of Sports Medicine held its 61st annual meeting in Orlando Florida. USADA’s Science Director, Matthew Fedoruk was on hand to present a tutorial lecture, titled New Frontiers against Doping in Sport: Challenging the Omertà.
Inhalation of volumes of concentrated gases such as carbon monoxide, hydrogen sulfide, and xenon, even with medical supervision, may carry serious health risks.
IGF-1 can enhance the production of lean muscle as well as aid in recovery time, but when used without medical necessity, exogenous IGF-1 can cause serious harm.