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Cardarine or PPAR modulator

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Dear Ministry of Defence,

After searching current policy for training supplements and what is tested for on a drug test or allowed in to be taken in the armed forces, I cannot find any information on Cardarine ( classed as an PPAR modulator) . I am aware that SARMS are not allowed but this dose not fall under that catagory.

Yours faithfully,

John Thopson

Army Sec-Group (MULTIUSER), Ministry of Defence

Dear Mr Thopson,

 

Thank you for your email of 18 April requesting the following information:

 

“After searching current policy for training supplements and what is
tested for on a drug test or allowed in to be taken in the armed forces, 
I cannot find any information on Cardarine ( classed as an PPAR modulator)
. I am aware that SARMS are not allowed but this dose not fall under that
category”.

 

I am treating your correspondence as a request for information under the
Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) 2000, under reference FOI2020/04655. The
FOIA requires a response to be provided to a request under the Act within
20 working days from date of receipt and we therefore aim to respond to
you by 19 May. Whilst we are working hard to achieve this, due to the
ongoing Coronavirus pandemic and the effect on resources and necessary
changes to ways of working, we should advise that it may take longer to
provide a substantive response to some requests.

 

Regards,

 

SO2 Personnel 3

Army Secretariat

Dear Army Sec-Group (MULTIUSER),

I look forward to your response as i have still found no information regarding this dietary supliment.

Yours sincerely,

John Thopson

Army Sec-Group (MULTIUSER), Ministry of Defence

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Dear Mr Thopson,

 

Please find attached the official response to your recent FOI request.

 

Kind regards,

SO2 Personnel 3

Army Secretariat

Dear Army Sec-Group (MULTIUSER),

This did not really answer the question but rather side stepped it . I have searched through the link you have posted previously and have not found anything regarding the supplement in question. Just to clarify what your saying is there is no reason why the suppliment would cause a CDT failure other than the risk of cross contamination with a unknown substance as it is not registered on informed sports ? .

Yours sincerely,

John Thopson

Army Sec-Group (MULTIUSER), Ministry of Defence

Dear Mr Thopson,

 

Thank you for your email. Unfortunately I am not able to answer the
question you have raised. This is because Section 1 of the Freedom of
Information Act gives an applicant the right to access recorded
information held by public authorities at the time the request is made,
and does not require public authorities to answer questions, provide
explanations or give opinions, unless this is recorded information held. 

 

Kind regards,

 

SO2 Personnel 3

Army Secretariat

 

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