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Tackling the Problem of Drugs in Baseball

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Tackling the Problem of Drugs in Baseball

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Tackling the Problem of Drugs in Baseball

Tackling the Problem of Drugs in Baseball

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As Barry Bonds closes in on Hank Aaron's home run record, the question of whether he did or did not use performance-enhancing drugs hangs over his achievements. Dick Pound, head of the World Anti-Doping Agency, talks with Anthony Brooks and says that current efforts at regulation in baseball have been inadequate.

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