Should we allow Performance Enhancing Drugs in Competitive Sports?

A debate sponsored by Intelligence Squared is provided here.

I did appreciate one quote from Vince Lombardi: "If you are not fired with enthusiasm, you will be fired with enthusiasm."

For an earlier discussion by myself on this question please see this.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

This HGH "controversy" in sports will be meaningless in a few years. Growth Hormone is not a steroid. It's found naturally in the body. Banning it as a performance enhancer is like banning caffeine, sugar, chewing tobacco, or aspirin as a performance enhancer. Shooting HGH is passe now because it can be obtained legally over the counter in a homeopathic oral spray form which does not involve needles. There are about 30 companies selling it legally over the internet. Get over it. HGH is here to stay, like caffeine, sugar, chewing tobacco, and aspirin.

12/22/2008 6:19 PM  

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