Should Jon Jones' and other fighters' drug test results be public record?

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  1. Fighter123

    Fighter123 Brown Belt

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    In Nevada, fighters' drug test results are public record, but in New Jersey, fighters' drug test results are considered medical records, and thus are not public.

    So, which state has it right, Nevada or New Jersey? Do you think that Jon Jones' and other fighters' drug test results should be public record, or should they be considered medical records, and thus not public?

    Your thoughts?
     
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    Fighter123 Brown Belt

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    And this would include both testing for PEDs and recreational drugs.
     
  3. estranged

    estranged Brown Belt

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    yes it should
     
  4. darticus

    darticus Green Belt

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    I agree yes it should.
     
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    I do not think so because they can expose certain medical problems. Only measurements that clearly indicate PED use should be publicized.
     
  6. GordaoPreguico

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    Gambling money is my thoughts as to why it's released in NV. Atlantic city should start complaining.
     

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