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the Likelihood of transmission of prohibited substances in the course of sexual intercourse or a kiss close to zero. This was announced by head of the Department of sports medicine and medical rehabilitation of the First Moscow state medical University (MSMU) named after I. M. Sechenov Evgeny Achkasov.
the Specialist noted that, theoretically, transfer illicit funds in such a ways only possible in the case of extremely high concentrations of substances. However, he assured that in reality it is almost impossible.
Achkasov said that the situation with the athlete Laurence Vincent-Lapointe has proven that the banned substance got into her system after intimacy with a partner, is rampant. He explained that guarantees that there are no, and the decision of the expert Council was made on theoretical probability, which, according to him, is extremely small.
the Doctor of medical Sciences drew attention to the fact that the athlete represents one of the Anglo-Saxon countries, and representatives of the Anglo-Saxon direction a lot in the structure of the world anti-doping Agency (WADA).
“Perhaps, in another situation, the process would have turned differently. Now this case may become a precedent, although athletes will continue to be little chance to prove his innocence, referring to sex or kissing with a partner”, – quotes Agency “Moscow” words Achkasova.
Earlier, some media reported that the rowing world champion Laurence Vincent-Lapointe was suspected of doping, but was later acquitted after she said that Smoking the drug had passed her during intercourse.
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