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South African schools join anti-doping fight

With performance enhancing drugs used at elite sports schools, a programme is being set up to catch cheats.

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Performance enhancing drugs aren't just for adults at the professional level. The problem starts young, and that is why South African authorities are setting up an anti-doping programme to catch illegal substances early. 

Al Jazeera's Tania Page reports from Cape Town, South Africa.

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