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New Generation Super Drugs

Saturday, January 28, 2006

A top anti-doping official has allayed fears over a new generation of "super EPO" drugs being used in sport.

Erythropoietin is a blood-boosting hormone used to improve stamina in endurance events, and drug companies are currently developing new versions.

But World Anti-Doping Agency science director Olivier Rabin, claimed Wada is well prepared for the new drugs.

He told BBC Radio Five Live: "We've been tracking them, and we're confident we can detect these new forms of EPO."

Also speaking to Five Live ahead of a scientific conference in Italy, German expert Professor Wolfgang Jelkman warned "super EPOs" will be far more potent and could prove a major headache for anti-doping agencies.

He said: "They have been developed for the benefit of patients because drugs with a long half-life would need to be given less frequently to them. But one of the problems we have to expect is sportsmen would use combinations of these different drugs, and then it would be very difficult to detect."

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BBC Sport News
posted by Frank Mori, Saturday, January 28, 2006