I suspect her doctor (will) speak to the media about the specifics eventually. UFC and USADA officials werent immediately available for comment when contacted by MMAjunkie. Of course, a doctors note wont necessarily clear Justino of any wrongdoing, and first offenses of the UFCs official anti-doping policy can carry up to Enjoyed reading this a two-year suspension. However, recent rulings such as Jon Jones one-year order have shown USADA can be at least somewhat flexible in their rulings. Elbe said Spironolactone was the substance to blame. The World Anti-Doping Agency lists Spironolactone under its diuretics and masking agents section of substances that are prohibited at all times (in- and out-of-competition) unless the Athlete has an approved TUE. Elbe said he expects Justino to face some consequences as a result of the flagged test but doesnt believe shes necessarily guilty of any foul play. Its really a shame, Elbe wrote. Cris will inevitably receive some penalty from this. She needed the medicine to recover from the weight cut. People slammed her for not fighting Feb. 11, but she was recovering from the extreme weight cut and was in treatment. Her doctor told her the three cuts in eight months were Thanks becoming dangerous.
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Jefferson said the Lewiston-Clarkston Valley at large has helped greatly in keeping the clinic going. Both St. Joe’s in Lewiston and Tri-State Memorial Hospital in Clarkston provide funding for medications, and there’s a network of specialists who will accept patients referred to them from the clinic, knowing those patients can’t afford health care. “I’ve told a lot of people that you need a community that supports you,” Jefferson said, tearing up. “And this has been one of those communities. We just had help all around.” Jefferson moved to Lewiston in 1987 after a stint with the U.S. Air Force. He’d been stationed in Mountain Home previously, and decided while there that he liked the Northwest. After serving in Germany, he returned to the area and interviewed for medical Nice sentiments positions at Lewiston and Cottonwood in Idaho and Dayton and Shelton in Washington.
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