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Is it ethical to allow soldiers to take performance enhancing drugs such as steroids?

By Katinka van de Ven, Senior Lecturer, Centre for Rural Criminology, HASSE, University of New England & Visiting Fellow, Drug Policy Modelling Program, SPRC, University of New South Wales, University of New England
Adrian Walsh, Professor of Philosophy and Political Theory, University of New England
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Just like armour protects soldiers’ bodies, steroids do too. There’s no reason to believe steroid use by the military is unethical, but further studies are needed.The Conversation

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