Testing for EPO did not exist at first. The reason EPO was used was because it was not initially testable.
The whole point of cheating is not getting caught - which means keeping one step ahead of the tests in the technology you use.
It's simple logic: if the testmakers were creative enough to predict how the testfakers would find a way around the test, and they would anticipate that workaround . . . ad inifinitum.
The reason EPO was used was because it was not initially testable.
The real reason was nothing else increased your hematocrit level like EPO.
posted on 10/11/2012 10:14:30 AM PDT
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