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The ADS TUE Policy has been revised to include changes to the 2017 Prohibited List. The key revisions to the ADS TUE Policy is to Section 4 (Procedure for Asthma Treated with Beta-2 Agonists) on the refinements and guidelines for the thresholds of permitted Beta-2 Agonists for treatment of asthma.

A copy of the revised ADS TUE policy with effect from 1 January 2017 is attached for your information. You may also download a copy of the TUE Policy from the ADS website at www.antidoping.org.sg.

The 2017 Prohibited List has taken effect on 1 January 2017.  Athletes and officials can check the status of their medication prescribed or bought over-the-counter at pharmacies in Singapore by using the online database “CheckDrugs” which is accessible from Anti-Doping Singapore’s (ADS) website at www.antidoping.org.sg.

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