Outgoing ASADA Chief: The Days Of DDR Experiments On Athletes Are With Us Yet

GDR, state plan 14:25: victims of abuse included young athletes used as guinea pigs

The Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority Chief Executive Officer, Ben McDevitt, is stepping down when his three-year term in the job ends in May. McDevitt chose the moment to announce that he is moving on to issue a warning that doping is becoming more sophisticated, harder to detect – and that the days when doctors from the German Democratic Republic fed to young athletes experimental substances never clinically tested are very much alive.

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The Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority Chief Executive Officer, Ben McDevitt, is stepping down when his three-year term in the job ends in May. McDevitt chose the moment to announce that he is moving on to issue a warning that doping is becoming more sophisticated, harder to detect – and that the days when doctors from the German Democratic Republic fed to young athletes experimental substances never clinically tested are very much alive.

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