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  • Yes, athletes should be allowed to use steroids in certain cases.

    I think that sportsmen should be allowed to use steroids to recover from injuries. It would make the sports more exciting, nobody want's to see there favorite player out for the whole season or even have their career ended because of injury. So I think that under the advice and supervision of doctors, athletes should be given steroids to recover from an injury. But not to enhance their abilities in hopes of getting a bigger contract.

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  • Steroid use alters the field of competition

    If every member of a competition is steroid-free, and then one competitor begins to use steroids, that competitor will obviously have an advantage over the other competitors. Steroid use leads to greater strength and muscle mass, and, like other performance enhancing drugs, helps athletes make more efficient use of their training time. The problem is, in order to remain competitive, the steroid-free athletes would have to begin using steroids as well, just to balance the playing field. By allowing steroid use, we'd basically be requiring athletes who would prefer to remain clean to begin using the drugs. Their livelihoods would depend on it, but it could do severe damage to their bodies and minds.


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