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USA Today Editorial Board/NFLPA Debate Over HGH Testing
Published December 28, 2012
NFLPA Assistant Exec Dir of External Affairs George Atallah penned the counterpoint and highlights WADA's repeated refusals to share scientific data related to HGH testing. Atallah writes, "18 months after the agreement was signed, players have seen neither an independent scientific review nor an opportunity to establish a fair due process that is rooted in that science. So who are the obstructionists?" (USA TODAY, 12/28).