As performance-enhancing drugs become more prevalent in competitive sports, opponents are crying foul. They argue that athletes gain an unnatural, and unfair, advantage over their competitors by using drugs, and that widespread use is likely to pressure all players into taking them just to stay in the game. But as society is increasingly invested in personal enhancers and sports become more technologically advanced, is drugging in sports all that bad?
Radley Balko0 Itemssingleton
- Senior Editor and Investigative Journalist for Reason magazine
Norman Fost0 Itemssingleton
- M.D., M.P.H., a Professor of Pediatrics and Bioethics at the University of Wisconsin, and Director of the Bioethics Program
Julian Savulescu0 Items
- Uehiro Professor of Practical Ethics at the University of Oxford