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The Japan Association of Athletics Federations said Thursday it is looking at stricter controls on iron injections which can enhance the performance of long-distance runners.

The JAAF raised the likelihood of making the injection of iron drugs, which are given by doctors to treat anemia, “prohibited in principle” starting next spring.

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