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[英伦广角] 2016-04-09 英国政府下令调查医生为运动员提供禁药指控

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K Anti-Doping Boss Reacts To Doctor Claims


Nicole Sapstead says she supports an investigation into claims stars were sold performance-enhancing drugs by a doctor.

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Caught in an undercover sting, the Hardy Street doctor who’s reportedly prescribed banned performance-enhancing drugs to many sporting figures.

“I’ll say some of these treatments I use are banned by professional, you know, circuit.”

“OK.”

“So you have to be mindful of that.”

“Yeah.”

“But by saying that, I’ve known many professional athletes who do use these treatments. But it’s X do it.”

The Sunday Times says it sent a young athlete to meet Doctor Mark Bonar and secretly re-caught him sharing details of his clients. He claimed it included up to 150 elite sportspeople from across the sporting world, including Premier League football, tennis, boxing, cycling and cricket. The allegations have prompted a governmental-level inquiry over claims that UK Anti-Doping watchdog was told about the doctor two years ago, but failed to act.

“At the very least, they should have reported this doctor to the General Medical Council, because what he’s boasting about doing is certainly a breach of medical ethics, certainly a matter of professional standards for doctors.”

“So I think you pretty want some Quti HA(?).”

UK Anti-Doping has confirmed it was contacted by a sportsperson about Mark Bonar in 2014, but didn’t investigate as the doctor wasn’t detached to a particular sport and there was no other evidence to corporate the allegations.

“If there was any hints or notions that there were some, some, you know, underhand play going on, or you know, drugs being prescribed that they know they shouldn’t be, then yes, obviously, there should be some actions taken a lot earlier. And to me, any action that will need in this sport, stop these prosecute, ban… whatever the case may be, then it should be done as earlier…you know, it was earliest basically.

Professor Barrie Houlihan who worked for UK Sport was able(?) in charge preventing drugs cheats says UK Anti-Doping has only a limited reach when investigating medical professionals not specifically linked to sport.

“If X to a doctor who’s outside that network, then UKAD has no direct responsibility for them, and they have no accountability to UKAD. So all I can do is X on the inappropriate professional body, which in this case, would be the GMC.”

In south London, these amateur footballers turn out every Sunday for the love of the game. Allegations of wide spread doping among elite athletes should they believe have been thoroughly investigated when far X.

A private clinic in London where Doctor Mark Bonar rented consulting rooms to treat his patients has now confirmed it ended its agreement with him after learning he doesn’t hold a current license to treat patients in the UK. The question of any wrong doing was from part of the X investigation into the doping allegations. Inquiry will also have some awkward questions for UK Anti-doping, chief among them -- whether the watchdog did all it could in response to the allegation surrounding Doctor Bonar.

Mark Rites, Sky News.
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[Homework]2016-04-09 英国政府下令调查医生为运动员提供禁药指控

Caught in an undercover sting, the Harley street doctor who's reported to have claimed prescribe banned performance enhancing drugs to many sporting figures. I say some of these treatments I use are banned on professional circuit, so you have to mindful of that and I work with lots of preofessional athletes who do use these treatments. The Sunday Times says it sent a young athlete to meet Dr Mark B and secretly record him sharing details of his clients, he claimed they included up to 150 elite sports people from across the sporting world, including premier league football, tennis, boxing, cycling and cricket, the allegations have prompted a government level enquiry, overclaims the UK anti-doping watchdog was told about the doctor two years ago, but failed to act.
At the very least, they should have reported this doctor to the general medical camps, because what he's boasting about doing is certainly in breach of medical ethics, and certainly it's a matter of professional standards for doctors.
UK anti-doping has confirmed it was contacted by a sports person about Mark B in 2014, but didn't investigate as the doctor wasn't attached to a particular sport, and there was no other evidence to corroborate the allegations.
If there was any hint or notions that there were some under handed play going on you know drugs being prescribed they know that shouldn't, then  yes, obviously there should have been some actions taken a lot earlier, and to me any action that will nib this in the bud, stop this, prosecute, ban people whatever the case maybe, then it should be done at its earliest, you know at its earliest basically.
Professor Barrei H who worked for UK sport * in charge of preventing drugs cheats says UK anti-doping has only a limited reach when investigating medical professionals, not specifically linked to sport.
If an athlete goes to a doctor who is outside their network, then UKAD has no direct responsibility for them, and they have no accountability to UKAD, so all they can do is pass it on to the appropriate professional body which in this case would be the GMC.
In south London, these amateur footballers turn out every Sunday for the love of the game, allegations of widespread doping among elite athletes should they believe have been thoroughly investigated when first raised. A private clinic in London where Dr Mark B rented consulting rooms to treat his patients has now confirmed it ceded its agreement with him after learning he doesn't hold a current license to treat patients in the UK. The question of any wrongdoing will form parts of the official investigation into the doping allegations, the enquiry will also have some awkward questions for UK anti-doping, chief among them whether the watchdog did all it could in response to the allegation surrounding Dr B.
Mark W, Sky News.
                                                   
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[Homework]2016-04-09 英国政府下令调查医生为运动员提供禁药指控

Caught in an undercover sting, the Hardy Street doctor who’s reported to claim to prescribe banned performance-enhancing drugs to many sporting figures.

“I’ll say some of these treatments I use are banned by professional, you know, circuit.”

“OK.”

“So you have to be mindful of that.”

“Yeah.”

“But by saying that, I’ve known many professional athletes who do use these treatments. But it’s hardly do it.”

The Sunday Times says it sent a young athlete to meet Doctor Mark Bonar and secretly re-caught him sharing details of his clients. He claimed it included up to 150 elite sportspeople from across the sporting world, including Premier League football, tennis, boxing, cycling and cricket. The allegations have prompted a governmental-level inquiry over claims that UK Anti-Doping watchdog was told about the doctor two years ago, but failed to act.


UK anti-doping has confirmed it was contacted by a sports person about Mark B in 2014, but didn't investigate as the doctor wasn't  to attach to a particular sport, and there was no other evidence to corroborate the allegations.


If there was any hint or notions that there were some under handed play going on you know drugs being prescribed they know that shouldn't, then  yes, obviously there should have been some actions taken a lot earlier, and to me any action that will nib this in the bud, stop this, prosecute, ban people whatever the case maybe, then it should be done at its earliest, you know at its earliest basically.


Professor Barrei H who worked for UK sport * in charge of preventing drugs cheats says UK anti-doping has only a limited reach when investigating medical professionals, not specifically linked to sport.
If an athlete goes to a doctor who is outside their network, then UKAD has no direct responsibility for them, and they have no accountability to UKAD, so all they can do is pass it on to the appropriate professional body which in this case would be the GMC.


In south London, these amateur footballers turn out every Sunday for the love of the game, allegations of widespread doping among elite athletes should they believe have been thoroughly investigated when first raised. A private clinic in London where Dr Mark B rented consulting rooms to treat his patients has now confirmed it ceded its agreement with him after learning he doesn't hold a current license to treat patients in the UK. The question of any wrongdoing will form parts of the official investigation into the doping allegations, the enquiry will also have some awkward questions for UK anti-doping, chief among them whether the watchdog did all it could in response to the allegation surrounding Dr B.


Mark W, Sky News.

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