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Mononucleosis and EPO – Is There Relationship?


In recent years, the use of the EPO during cycling and that the laboratory injected EPO was practically not necessarily detectable until recently (2003) and that the United States Anti-Doping Agency , WADA) and other anti-doping laboratories worldwide suspect that athletes are free to use performance-enhancing drugs, namely the EPO; some officials openly eliminate their frustrations with the deficiencies of the abovementioned agencies (underfunding).

Multiple mononucleosis athletes recently announced that I was curious and decided to search the Internet to see if there was any link between EPO and mononucleosis and found this shocking report (the following excerpt)

Author: Paul Schick, Professor emeritus, Thomas Jefferson University Institute of Medicine, Institute of Internal Medicine; Drexel University Medical School:

"Pure Red Cell Aplasia

  • Respiratory infections, gastroenteritis, primary atypical pneumonia, infectious mononucleosis, mumps and viral hepatitis may cause the formation of pure red cell aplasia.
  • It is important to note that EPO appears to be a rare complication when we consider that approximately 3 million patients are treated with EPO worldwide. However, be aware of the possibility of complication. Casadevall et al. In 2002 suggest that patients receiving EPO should be tested as soon as possible after inexplicable anemia to neutralize anti-EPO antibodies.
  • Darbepoetin alfa (Aranesp) has recently been introduced and has a different carbohydrate structure than the endogenous EPO. Patients receiving this drug should be closely monitored.
  • Evidently avoiding EPOs being given to athletes. " http://www.emedicine.com/med/topic1967.htm

" – EPO usually "thickens" blood that causes further circulatory breaks as well as swelling in small blood vessels (bruising ). and is often enough to choose regular failures that would otherwise normally function at the natural level of stress. "

http://coachsci.sdsu.edu/csa/vol56/fourdrug.htm [19459011AzEPOfelhasználásánakmellékhatásai:•BárazEPOmegfelelőalkalmazásaóriásiterápiáselőnyökkeljárarákosmegbetegedésekkelvagyvesebetegséggelkapcsolatosanémiakezelésébenannakvisszaélésehogyazEPOavérmegvastagodásávaltöbbhalálosmegbetegedéspéldáulszívbetegségstrokeésagyivagyvesebetegségfokozottkockázatáhozvezettüdőembóliaArekombinánvalóvisszaéléstemberiEPOszinténsúlyosegészségügyikövetkezményekkeljáróautoimmunbetegséghezvezethet"

http://www.wada-ama.org/en/ dynamic.ch2? pageCategory.id = 626

Does this mean you have mononucleosis using EPO? No, it can be a virus, but if you are an athlete, the United States Anti-Doping Agency of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) and other anti-doping laboratories have been red flagging the world over the past few months

By doing that if there are tennis players, champions, champions or non-champions before they would think of using the EPO, you should be aware of the consequences.

Why would you risk your life with a pendant, glass or a few more dollars? Players and athletes just say so and keep the EPO away! Your health and your life are more important to us all, if you win.

Really

Sergio Cruz

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