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Is CAS ruling on UV light blood treatments consistent?

Published 20 August 2013 | Authored by: Dr Ben Koh

It was previously reported in 2012 that Germany’s National Anti-doping agency (NADA) had investigated the use of UV light blood treatment by athletes as potentially a violation of national  anti-doping rules1. While the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) on 30 January 20122 and the German Sports Arbitration court on 2 Nov 20123 had both deemed that such UV treatments prior to 2011 were not in violation of the anti-doping code, the German NADA disagreed with that position and raised the case to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) for clarification.

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Dr Ben Koh

Dr Ben Koh is the bancassurance Chief Medical Officer leading the medical risk team at one of the world’s largest bank, the Commonwealth Bank of Australia. He has clinical and educational training in surgery, sports medicine, emergency medicine and critical care. He was previously an elite swimmer and completed his PhD at the faculty of business, University of Technology Sydney.

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