WADA President Fahey Says Anti-Doping Work Not Over After Armstrong Case
World Anti-Doping Agency President John Fahey said that "sports is struggling with cheating," and "drugmakers must do more to help authorities stop dopers," according to Torsoli & Rossingh of BLOOMBERG. Fahey told reporters during a press conference in Paris Monday: "We are getting better, but doping is still out there, and more than I wish it was." He added that sports "isn't cleaner" after the Armstrong case. Fahey said that "large drugmakers and smaller biotechnology companies need to get more involved to help find ways to stop athletes from improperly using medicines to cheat" (BLOOMBERG, 11/12).