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B1 1.3.1 Drugs B1 Lesson 23 Steroids and Performance enhancing drugs
I There are several types of drug that an athlete can use to enhance performance. Some of these drugs are banned by law and some are legally available on prescription, but all are prohibited by sporting regulations. Examples include stimulants that boost bodily functions such as heart rate; and anabolic steroids which stimulate muscle growth. Evaluate the use of drugs to enhance performance in sport.
Consider the ethical issues of performance enhancing drugs.
Describe some effects and risks of these drugs.

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i) There are several types of drug that an athlete can use to enhance performance. Some of these drugs are banned by law and some are legally available on prescription, but all are prohibited by sporting regulations. Examples include stimulants that boost bodily functions such as heart rate; and anabolic steroids which stimulate muscle growth.

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