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William Bock, is among the NASBA Center for the Public Trust’s 2014-2015 Award Recipients NASHVILLE, TENN.
Accomplished neuroscientist Anjan Chatterjee of the University of Pennsylvania talks about the ethics and dangers of using so-called "smart drugs" in sports on SCI TV. Portland,
Paul Greene of Global Sports Advocates discusses major sports law issues in the world on recent episode of SCI TV.
Weiner, Prommer Article in NJ Star-Ledger: BASEBALL "COVERING UP FOR HOMERS" AND "THEY DO NOT WANT TO KNOW" WASHINGTON and NEWARK, N.J., Oct.
The Webinar focuses on how the continual advancements of modern mass spectrometry have enabled anti-doping laboratories to significantly expand the drug coverage for both human and equine athletes,
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In an effort to help curb the use of banned performance-enhancing substances at the ongoing Winter Olympics, some of the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies are revealing information that once would have been considered to be trade secrets.
COLOGNE, Germany, February 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Highly-effective unknown doping agents have emerged; cannot be tested A few days before the opening of
INFORMED-SPORT Certification Ensures Products Are Made to the Highest Quality Standards and Free of Banned Substances Los Gatos, Ca (PRWEB) January 24, 2014
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