Challenging the Reliability of Testosterone Tests

American Tour de France winner Floyd Landis has suggested that the tests showing high levels of testosterone in his body are unreliable. Meanwhile, results from a second test are due to be released this weekend.

Scientists, meanwhile, say the tests are highly accurate because they target very specific molecules that are almost impossible to ingest accidentally.

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