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    Some woman on the sidelines announced breathlessly just before kick-off that Hines Ward had undergone a treatment which involved taking blood, condensing the cells and injecting it back into him, specifically at the point of injury.
    Question: If a track or cycling athlete did that, would he be allowed to compete? Isn't there a name for that with the initials B.D.?

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    Given the NFL's attitude toward steroid use (wink, wink, say no more), I doubt they even have a policy on blood doping.

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      Re: hines ward?

      Originally posted by jhc68
      Some woman on the sidelines announced breathlessly just before kick-off that Hines Ward had undergone a treatment which involved taking blood, condensing the cells and injecting it back into him, specifically at the point of injury.

      Isn't there a name for that with the initials B.D.?
      No. His therapy involves platelets, not red blood cells.

      http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2007/06/ ... 9125.shtml
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