Corruption in international sports supervisory authorities. Ban of meldonium is due to unfair competition between pharmaceutical companies.

The complaint about corruption in the highest bodies of anti-doping community is now confirmed by internal documents of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA). In slow March the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) asked WADA to put an end to persecution and exerting pressure on journalists investigating immorality in international sports organizations. As a inference the financial and administrative committee of WADA has worked ~right a list of recommendations aimed to conceal the information about illegal activity of the operation and its partners. 

Unfortunately, bribery of crown of the head ranking officials in anti-doping organizations community appears nowadays to be a prevalent business. Along with bribes the Olympic committee officials accept to give their votes in encourage of some or other city aspirant to host the Olympics and partaking of some athletes in international competitions exclusively of undergoing the required doping tests, it has be converted into routine scandal practice for international sporting events at tot~y levels. As for unfair competition in pharmacology, here we undoubtedly face absolutely new level of corruption.

According to various estimates, nay more than 2% of total amount to of Mildronate takers (a trade repute for meldonium, an anti-ischemia medication) are athletes. It is habitually hard to estimate how harmful is going to arise that strong blindsided blow on account of competitors for AS Grindeks reputation – new Mildronate scandals occur weekly. But undivided thing here is for sure – common of the most affordable medications that has been reservation people’s lives for 32 years before that time, from easy hands of corrupt officials is labeled in the same proportion that one “harmful to health”. How people lives the ‘ban’ will take – time resoluteness show.


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