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  1. Drug Abuse in Sports: A Student Course Manual by Mark J. Mirelli, 2001-11
  2. Drugs and Violence in Sport (Exploring the Issues) by Mave Van Der Werff, 1996-01-01
  3. Drugs in Sport by 2002-03-31
  4. Drugs in Sports by Jr. Edward F. Dolan, 1986
  5. Forever Natural : How To Excel in Sports Drug-Free by Dave Tuttle, 1990
  6. Drug Abuse in the Sports World by Gloria M. Bertacchi, 1987-12
  7. Drug abuse in sport horses: AHSA enforcement is effective deterrent by John G Lengel, 1985
  8. Drug Abuse in Sports: An Annotated Bibliography (Compubibs, 10) by Betty Weiner, 1985-01
  9. Drug File Update: A Current-Awareness Index to Publications on Drugs and Doping in Sport
  10. Death in the Locker Room II: Drugs and Sports by Bob Goldman, Ronald Klatz, 1992-06
  11. Sport and Drugs (Key Texts in Sports Studies) by Verner Moller, 2008-10-31
  12. Drug Use and Detection in Amateur Sports by Mauro Dipasquale, 1984-06
  13. Drug Use and Detection In Amateur Sports
  14. Doping and Doping Control in Europe: Performance Enhancing Drugs, Elite Sports and Leisure Time Sport in Denmark, Great Britain, East and West Germany, Poland, France, Italy

41. Salt Lake Tests Show Drugs In Sports A Worldwide Problem
THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE. January 25, 2004. Salt Lake tests show drugsin sports a worldwide problem. By Robert Weiner and Colin Miller
THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE January 25, 2004 Salt Lake tests show drugs in sports a worldwide problem
By Robert Weiner and Colin Miller
The International Olympic Committee's recent testing for THG, the new endurance-enhancing drug abused by elite athletes, in samples of Salt Lake Olympians is a good step, but only a blip on the radar screen of what must be done to stop drug cheating in sports.
Robert Weiner was spokesman for the White House Drug Policy Office (1995-2001) and World Anti-Doping Agency press consultant for the Salt Lake Olympics in 2002. Colin Miller is vice president of the men's rugby team at Johns Hopkins University in Maryland.

42. Experts Face Long Road Fighting Drugs In Sports
Experts face long road fighting drugs in sports. Frank Uryasz, president of theNational Center for Drug Free Sport, agrees that most athletes are clean.

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By Rob Gloster
SAN JOSE, Calif. — The latest steroid has been unmasked, but drug experts understand the scope of the problem:
Some athletes looking for an edge will keep turning to performance-enhancing substances.
‘‘Are we ever going to get rid of doping from sports? No. One of the unfortunate things about sports is that humans participate in them, so we see some of the most sordid elements,’’ said Dr. Andrew Pipe, chairman of the Canadian Center for Ethics in Sport.
‘‘What we have is more than a drug problem — it’s a values problem.’’
The drug of the moment is the steroid THG, which has come under scrutiny in the last two weeks, and sports from track and field to skiing to swimming have promised increased vigilance. The NFL is rechecking players’ old drug tests to look for the newly identified steroid.
Penn State’s Charles Yesalis, an expert on athletes’ steroid use, says the attempt to keep sports clean becomes complicated because fans want great performances.
‘‘The fans really don’t care about doping. They want to be entertained. They view athletes as entertainers the way they view the Rolling Stones or some actor,’’ Yesalis said. ‘‘You have a number of multibillion-dollar businesses around the world that call themselves sports. And they are very attentive to their customers. If their customers were really upset about this, things would change very quickly.’’

43. DRUGS 1
Dying to win the athlete s guide to safe and unsafe drugs in sports. Washington,DC Acropolis Books. 24 188191. Clarke, KS 1970. Drugs, sports and doping.
DEPARTMENT OF NUTRITION UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS OLYMPIC CENTENNIAL ATHLETIC, SPORT, RECREATION BIBLIOGRAPHY PROJECT DRUGS: GENERAL Compiler L. Grivetti Professor of Nutrition Department of Nutrition University of California Davis, CA 95616 FAX: (916) 752-8966) e-mail: Graduate Research Assistants Susan Harvey Virginia Bennett Undergraduate Research Assistants Roberto Cardarelli Mary Daugherty Alison Kirschner Cheryl Morgan Shawa Moataz Susan Napierala Joseph Vu Allen, E.M. 1960. Effect of drugs and water balance on performance under heat and exercise stress . Unpublished thesis, Ph.D. dissertation. Asken, M.J. 1988. Dying to win: the athlete's guide to safe and unsafe drugs in sports . Washington, D.C.: Acropolis Books. Becker, W. 1972. [Dopingan olympic problem]. Therapie der Gegenwart Beckett, A.H., and D.A. Cowan. 1979. Misuse of drugs in sport. British Journal of Sports Medicine Benzi, G. 1994. Pharmacoepidemiology of the drugs used in sports as doping agents. Pharmacological Research Breo, D.L. 1991. The other Super Bowl questioncan the NFL police its drug policy?

44. Drugs In Sports
drugs in sports. by D. Mottram. ISBN 0419-18890-8 / 0419188908. Title Drugsin Sports. Author D. Mottram. Publisher Routledge. Edition Softcover.
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45. The Dope On Performance-Enhancing Drugs In Sports-WISN-TV Health Center
The Dope on PerformanceEnhancing drugs in sports. By Adam Marcus HealthScoutNewsReporter. October 23, 2002 1131 AM. (HealthScoutNews

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Whether fans believe this or care is another matter. While many fans are disturbed by athletes' gaining an unfair advantage, anecdotal evidence suggests that they have also come to accept chemical enhancement in a society in which the use of recreational and therapeutic drugs is widespread, as is physical enhancement through plastic surgery. "As long as our players are bigger and faster than your players, we don't care," Jim DeSanto, 49, a lawyer who is president of the Little League in Upper Darby, Pa., said here on Sunday before the Philadelphia Eagles played the Giants. "Or we say, `Isn't that horrible?' while we're getting our next prescription for Rogaine or calling the doctor to order more Viagra."

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drugs in sports. THE LEGALITY and ethicality of using performanceenhancementdrugs in sports competition are the subject of considerable debate.
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DRUGS IN SPORTS AT LEAST 8 TYPES of drugs have been used to gain athletic advantage in sports competition. One type, the anabolic steroids, consists of 2 subtypes, the anabolic proteins and the anabolic steroids. Anabolism means to "build up". (Contrast with catabolism.) ERYTHROPOIETIN (EPO), is an anabolic protein clinically prescribed to help anemic patients build up tissues such as red blood cells, thereby increasing their oxygen supply. EPO has now been usurped by athletes seeking increased stamina and performance in endurance contests such as cycling and long distance running. The pharmacologic rationale is apparent.
ALL STEROIDS HAVE the fused, clyclic molecular structure termed the steroid nucleus. And, they are all chemically related to the natural body steroid testosterone, the male sex hormone. Anabolic steroids such as nandrolone and oxymetholone are prescribed by physicians for patients who need to increase their appetite or their tissue-building processes generally. Weight lifters, football linemen and others are now using anabolic steroids in the anticipation of building body mass and gaining a competitive edge. Testosterone itself is used supposedly to enhance sports competitiveness. So also are many other synthetic anabolic steroids not found naturally occurring. A few of these are: clostebol, Equipoise, ethylstrenol, kabolin, methandriol, Diabinol, Anavar, Winstrol (stanozolol) and Finaject. (Trade names are in cap.)

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The use of drugs by amateur and professional athletes has received much publicity in recent years. Many athletes believe that drugs are essential for optimum performance. The issue of whether drugs can enhance physical performance remains controversial and unresolved. However, the physiological effects that drugs have on the body can be documented. This section is devoted to examining the most-common drugs used by athletes. Questions of legality or ethics are best answered by the prevailing view in sports medicine: The use of drugs is generally considered unethicalin some cases illegaland such use is usually forbidden by organizations that govern competitive athletics. ANABOLIC STEROID HORMONES
Some athletes take synthetic male hormones (anabolic steroids) in the hope of increasing strength or muscle mass. The most common synthetic male hormones taken by athletes include testosterone, methandrostenolone, and nandrolone. Effects in Females Muscle mass increases when the hormone is taken for a sufficiently long period of time. However, side effects and adverse reactions include the following:

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30/05/02: The GAA is to organise a new series of seminars next month to address the continuing concerns over drug testing. The Irish Sports Council's anti-doping programme has become one of the most contentious issues within the GAA in many years since becoming a regular feature at championship matches this season. Though the dates and venues of the seminars have yet to be confirmed, they are planned for the third week in June, with a separate seminar for each of the four provinces. Similar seminars were organised in the past few months but on each occasion were poorly attended. Galway-based pharmacist Brendan Quinn will be partly presenting the seminars and yesterday he urged relevant parties to attend, especially the players' representatives. Some 300 invitations were sent out for the last seminar in Croke Park a month ago, in which Quinn was involved, and about 30 people showed up. "In the past these seminars were aimed mostly at team managers but I would urge everyone affected by the dope testing to attend," said Quinn. "There is still a problem with the level of information out there, and who players can turn to for questions they might have on the drug testing. I do have a lot of sympathy with the players and managers and the concerns they have been expressing. And there is definitely a lack of information about prescription medicines. But you don't want a situation where players see so much risk that they take nothing, because that's not good for the health either."

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59. - SPECIAL - Drugs And Sports: Amphetamines
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Editor's note: This is the fourth of an eight-week series of articles examining the effects of commonly abused substances on athletic performance and overall health. Dr. Gary Wadler, a New York University School of Medicine professor and lead author of the book "Drugs and the Athlete", has also won the International Olympic Committee President's Prize for his work in the area of performance-enhancing drugs in competitive sports. He joined us to address the issue of amphetmaine use and sports performance.
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"Amphetamines belong to a class of drugs called sympathomimetic amines or stimulants that cause the release of excitatory neurotransmitters, such as dopamine, to stimulate thecentral nervous system (CNS)," says Wadler. They are controlled substances commonly called "uppers" and induce false feelings of power, strength, self-assertion and enhanced motivation. Trade names for amphetamines are Benzedrine, Dexedrene and Methedrine; these drugs have familiarly been referred to as "bennies" or "black beauties."

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