Study: Random drug testing could reduce drug use by school athletes

12/30/2002 | NYTimes.com

Student athletes subject to random drug testing were far less likely to use drugs than those whose school did not conduct the tests, a Oregon Health and Sciences University study found. The study found only 5.3% of athletes at the school that tested admitted to using drugs, compared with 19.4% at the school that did not.

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