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The Academy’s European Patent Office Day is Europe’s largest gathering of patent professionals. The EPO Day is organised under the patronage of the EPO Director General and is supported by the European Commission. It is attended by over 1,000 participants from over 80 countries and is an excellent opportunity for the participants to meet with their counterparts from all over Europe.
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Salazar's reliance on EPO to power elite racing athletes in the U.S. -- and the fact that multiple users told me he told them he was doing it to support the Oregon Project -- was first reported in the New York Times in 2009. But the article didn't connect the dots between Salazar and the Oregon Project; it implied that the EPO was for recreational use.
Several Oregon Project leaders have said that Salazar didn't use EPO to power athletes; he told them he was using it for himself, possibly as a sleep aid. But others have said that Salazar did use it to power athletes.
But Rupp's heyday as the best runner in the world has long since passed. In 2014, the U.S. Track and Field Association and the IAAF, the international governing body, conducted an extensive doping investigation into the world of track and field, which produced a report that concluded that more than 80 percent of world-class athletes were using banned substances in the period from 1999 to 2011. This investigation also came to a close just as it seemed likely that Salazar would remain undetected and avoid sanctions for doping.
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