The 34-year-old Portuguese rider was banned four years for an EPO offense, but he said the case is not open and shut.
Researchers claim that EPO has no performance benefits for cyclists. However, their study's fatal flaws make it unreliable and misleading.
An analysis of the long-term effects of performance-enhancing drugs
The Danish rider claims Hesjedal's blood values were close to the UCI limit in 2003
Jeroen Blijlevens was named in the French Senate report of riders that used EPO during the 1998 Tour de France
Former pro was alleged to have taken EPO during the 1998 Tour de France in a French newspaper report
Dr. Michael Puchowicz contests Michele Ferrari's claims that Lance Armstrong would have benefited equally from altitude training and EPO
The South African, who rode for U.S. Postal in 1999-2000, tested positive for the banned blood booster in an out-of-competition control