David Millar: 'I took powerful, dangerous drug thanks to TUE loophole'

Former British pro David Millar recounts what taking triamcinolone (Kenacort) did to his body and mind, and says he took it due to a TUE for a 'fake tendon issue'

David Millar has revealed that he received injections of controversial drug Kenacort (triamcinolone) during his professional riding career due to a therapeutic use exemption (TUE) certificate for what he describes as a 'fake tendon issue'.

In an article entitled 'How to Get Away with Doping' written by Millar for the New York Times on Sunday, he recounts the effects that the powerful drug had on his body and mind.

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