No, no it doesn't. There isn't any 'boldenone' in Novadex, and Boldenone isn't even fucking approved for use in humans. He cheated, period. He got caught, he made excuses. Just like Alistair.
A GCMS will NOT mistake boldenone for anything else, and you can bet it went through GCMS when he appealed. It has showed metabolites and all, hence the suspension being upheld.
One of them is as bad as the other IMO.
Originally Posted by wartor
Why? Dr.s and fake med students get it wrong just as much as the average Joe. They just refuse to admit it. You came in here with some fancy words and then were schooled about false positives and now expect to give the guy medical advice. If you not a 12 year old watching god forsaken medical dramas you have no excuses.
Do you know what GCMS is? Do you understand WHY they would spend the money to obtain one, to prove the fighter's guilt (or innocence) in case he appeals his suspension?
No false positives there. That's why 'false positive' urine tests are sent to *real* labs.