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The NCAA’s Drug Problem

(The Wall Street Journal) – Brian Hainline, appointed two years ago as the NCAA’s first chief medical officer, is using that perch to try to bring greater oversight and consistency to how the NCAA and its schools police performance-enhancing and recreational drugs in college athletics. A change he’s seeking: putting the big five conferences—as opposed to individual schools—in charge of setting policy and carrying out testing for performance-enhancing drugs.

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