Anti-doping experts have though a technique to deal with athletes on doping, a recent report says, they are but concerned about genetically modified players. Since, there is no way till date to manage them.
Genetic doping, as per the findings, is unlike the widely known drug doping. It has been found that it includes the use of an inactive virus so as to inject DNA into the body of an athlete. The aim however is same i. e. to enhance a player's performance by modifying him and making him adept.
The same is a matter of concern for the reason that WADA had enlisted the same as an offense and prohibited it too amongst varied other practices to improve performance. Also, another cause of worry is lack of any test even till the London Olympics being held this year.
However, attempts are continuously being made to determine methods to detect the same, the report finds. It is being said that the technology is harder than anyone can think.
"It's a mistake to think of genetic doping as sticking a different bean into a beanbag. It's more like trying to manipulate a whole complex ecosystem", said Thomas H. Murray, World Anti-Doping Agency`s ethics panel chairman.
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