Gene doping in sport could make the Olympics fairer and safer

Elizabeth Parrish of the anti-ageing company BioViva claims to have given herself two kinds of experimental gene therapy, one of which blocks the breakdown of muscle tissue. In other words, your muscles stay strong even if you don’t exercise – and grow faster if you do.

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