Bid for drug test recognition sparks laboratory accreditation row

Rich, Vera
July 1991
New Scientist;7/20/91, Vol. 131 Issue 1778, p15
Reports that an attempt by Poland's Institute of Sport to obtain international accreditation for a laboratory for anti-doping tests has sparked a dispute within the European Sports' Council over the way in which such decisions are made. Implications of the lack of accreditation for Poland; Involvement of individuals who might have a vested interest in the outcome in the accreditation process.


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