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Please be reminded that WADA does not accept applications for Therapeutic Use Exemptions (TUE) from athletes. For more information on TUEs, please consult the Science & Medicine of our Web site.
Please consult our Digital Library to access WADA's information and education resources.

The World Anti-Doping Code can be downloaded by clicking here.

For more information on the Code Review Process click here.

To consult the Q&A on the Code click here.

To consult our Q&A on Code compliance click here.

All information provided to WADA will be treated as confidential.

Please be reminded that WADA does not accept applications for Therapeutic Use Exemptions (TUE) from athletes. For more information on TUEs, please consult the Science & Medicine of our Web site.

Please consult our Digital Library to access WADA's information and education resources.

The World Anti-Doping Code can be downloaded by clicking here.

For more information on the Code Review Process click here.

To consult the Q&A on the Code click here.

To consult our Q&A on Code compliance click here.

All information provided to WADA will be treated as confidential.

Please note that WADA does not accept applications for Therapeutic Use Exemptions (TUE) from athletes.

If an athlete is at an international level or if he/she is entering an international event, TUE applications must be submitted to the International Federation, which is responsible for accepting and granting TUE applications for the sport.

If the athlete is a member of a country’s national registered testing pool, the TUE application must be submitted to the athlete’s National Anti-Doping Organization (NADO).

For more information on TUEs, please consult the Science & Medicine section of our Web site.

Please consult our Digital Library to access WADA's information and education resources.

The World Anti-Doping Code can be downloaded by clicking here.

For more information on the Code Review Process click here

To consult the Q&A on the Code click here.

To consult our Q&A on Code compliance click here.

All information provided to WADA will be treated as confidential.

Please note that WADA does not accept applications for Therapeutic Use Exemptions (TUE) from athletes.

If an athlete is at an international level or if he/she is entering an international event, TUE applications must be submitted to the International Federation, which is responsible for accepting and granting TUE applications for the sport.

If the athlete is a member of a country’s national registered testing pool, the TUE application must be submitted to the athlete’s National Anti-Doping Organization (NADO).

For more information on TUEs, please consult the Science & Medicine section of our Web site.

Please consult our Digital Library to access WADA's information and education resources.

A list of National Anti-Doping Organization (NADO) and International Federations can be found in the Resources section.

The World Anti-Doping Code can be downloaded by clicking here

For more information on the Code Review Process click here

To consult the Q&A on the Code click here

All information provided to us will be treated with sensitivity and discretion, and as confidential.

Please note that WADA does not accept applications for Therapeutic Use Exemptions (TUE) from athletes.

If an athlete is at an international level or if he/she is entering an international event, TUE applications must be submitted to the International Federation, which is responsible for accepting and granting TUE applications for the sport.

If the athlete is a member of a country’s national registered testing pool, the TUE application must be submitted to the athlete’s National Anti-Doping Organization (NADO).

For more information on TUEs, please consult the Science & Medicine section of our Web site.

Please consult our Digital Library to access WADA's information and education resources.

A list of National Anti-Doping Organization (NADO) and International Federations can be found in the Resources section.

The World Anti-Doping Code can be downloaded by clicking here

For more information on the Code Review Process click here

To consult the Q&A on the Code click here

All information provided to us will be treated with sensitivity and discretion, and as confidential.

Please be reminded that WADA does not accept applications for Therapeutic Use Exemptions (TUE) from athletes.

The following documents are available to assist in the TUE application process:

Please consult our Digital Library to access WADA's information and education resources.

The World Anti-Doping Code can be downloaded by clicking here

For more information on the Code Review Process click here.

To consult the Q&A on the Code click here

To consult our Q&A on Code compliance click here.

All information provided to WADA will be treated as confidential.

Please consult our Digital Library to access WADA's information and education resources.

Since many governments cannot be legally bound by a non-governmental document such as the World Anti-Doping Code, governments subsequently drafted an international convention under the auspices of UNESCO – the International Convention against Doping in Sport. Information about the Convention can be found here.

The World Anti-Doping Code can be downloaded by clicking here.

For more information on the Code Review Process click here.

To consult the Q&A on the Code click here.

All information provided to WADA will be treated as confidential.

For more information on TUEs, please consult the Science & Medicine section of our Web site.

Please consult our Digital Library to access WADA's information and education resources.

The World Anti-Doping Code can be downloaded by clicking here.

For more information on the Code Review Process click here.

For more information on WADA’s Laboratory approval process to test blood samples in support of the Athlete Biological Passport, please click here.

For more information on WADA’s Laboratory accreditation process please consult section 4.0 of the International Standard for Laboratories (ISL).

All information provided to WADA will be treated as confidential.

For more information on WADA’s Laboratory approval process to test blood samples in support of the Athlete Biological Passport, please click here.

For more information on WADA’s Laboratory accreditation process please consult section 4.0 of the International Standard for Laboratories (ISL).

For more information on TUEs, please consult the Science & Medicine section of our Web site.

Please consult our Digital Library to access WADA's information and education resources.

The World Anti-Doping Code can be downloaded by clicking here

To consult the Q&A on the Code click here.

All information provided to WADA will be treated as confidential.

For more information on TUEs, please consult the Science & Medicine section of our Web site.

Please consult our Digital Library to access WADA's information and education resources.

Please also consult the Resources section of our Web site.

The World Anti-Doping Code can be downloaded by clicking here.

To consult the Q&A on the Code click here.

All information provided to WADA will be treated as confidential.

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