Test for EPO in Horses Developed

The New South Wales Racing Laboratory has developed a test to detect the drug erythropoietin, commonly known as EPO, in racehorses, according to release on the Racing New South Wales Web site. The medication is considered a performance-enhancer.

Tony Hartnell, chairman of the New South Wales Thoroughbred Racing Board, said development of the test is a major scientific achievement and

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