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Find out if your medications and substances are permitted or prohibited in sport.

Results are based on the current World Anti-Doping Code Prohibited List. Make sure you keep your search receipt for any future queries regarding this search.

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Important information about GW501516
22/03/2013
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has released an advisory cautioning athletes to be aware of the black market substance GW501516.
ASADA appeal to cyclists - talk to us
19/11/2012
Anyone involved with, or who has information about, doping activity in the sport of cycling should come forward and talk before someone else accuses them of doping.
Methylhexaneamine
7/09/2012
Methylhexaneamine is classed as a stimulant on the World Anti-Doping Agency’s Prohibited List and it is prohibited in-competition. Since 2010, ASADA has managed a number of positive tests from Australian athletes resulting from the use of supplements containing methylhexaneamine.

Terms and Conditions

In this agreement:

ASADA means the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority, a body corporate established by section 6 of the Australian Sports Drug Agency Act 1990 (Cth) and continued in existence by force of section 20(2) of the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority Act 2006 ABN 91 592 527 503 of Unit 6, 5 Tennant Street, Fyshwick ACT 2609.

ASADA Website means the ASADA internet website accessed and used by third parties who wish to check the status of Australian medications and substances in sport.

Database means the MIMS Medicines Database owned or licensed by UBM.

UBM means UBM Medica Pty Limited (ABN 68 050 695 157) of 3rd Floor, 1 Chandos Street, St Leonards NSW 2065 Australia.

You or Your means the person who accesses and/or uses, relies in the information or classification contained in the Database or the ASADA website.

The Database is used within the ASADA website and provides information on the use in sport for the most commonly prescribed, over the counter and complimentary medicines in Australia. The information has been produced by the review of the TGA approved prescribing information and product packaging (where appropriate). Any omissions are due to the necessary information not being available to UBM at the time of publication. The Database used on this ASADA website also includes information supplied by ASADA. This information has been chosen by ASADA for publication because ASADA believe it to be reliable.

To the fullest extent permitted by law UBM accepts no liability whatsoever for the clinical decisions taken by You or Your selection of a therapy. The use of the Database or the ASADA website does not replace the professional judgement of a health care professional.

You acknowledge and agree that the Database includes information which is subject to specific health legislation and regulations in Australia. UBM has taken reasonable measures to ensure that the information contained in the Database complies with Australia’s health regulations and codes of practice.

You acknowledge and agree that the information referred to in the Database is specific to Australia and may not be available or permitted in any other jurisdiction other than Australia.

You acknowledge and agree that the Database provides:

  1. information on the most commonly prescribed medicines in Australia, such information having been produced by UBM’s review of prescribing information and product packaging that has been approved by the regulatory authority (where appropriate);
  2. abridged information having been produced by the review of published primary and secondary medicine literature; and
  3. abridged information on medicines available in Australia, such information having been produced by the review of third party data sources, including the approved medicine datasheet.

In each case, any omissions are due to the necessary information not being available to UBM at the time of publication. Although every reasonable effort has been made in compiling and checking the information in the Database to ensure that it is accurate. UBM makes no representation or warranty that all content or information is complete, up to date or appropriate and assumes no legal liability or responsibility for the accuracy, currency or completeness of any information in the Database.

The Database includes information provided by third parties. This information is identified with the name of the source and has been chosen for publication because UBM believe it to be reliable. The Database may also contain links to internet sites maintained by third parties over which UBM has no control, nor does UBM have full knowledge of the content of such sites. To the extent permitted by law, UBM, its employees and agents accept no liability (including negligence) for any injury, loss or damage caused by the reliance on any part of this third party information.