This manuscript explored the knowledge and confidence of Barbadian polyclinic doctors when dealing with anti-doping issues. It also assesses the uptake of recent anti-doping educational interventions within the same group.
Objective: Studies worldwide have shown that physicians in general practice often do not have adequate knowledge or confidence in relation to anti-doping issues in sport. There is little information on this topic for the Caribbean region and this study sought to explore Barbadian polyclinic doctors’ knowledge in relation to anti-doping.
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Thyroid cancers (TC) are malignant neoplasms originating from follicular or parafollicular thyroid cells, with five-year relative survival of approximately 85% in Europe. Current incidence of TC is 14.3 per 100 000 individuals in the United States of America [USA].