A huge doping scandal in pro cycling continue in Germany involving the T-Mobile team. Latest caught up were Andreas Kloeden and Matthias Kessler. To the Earth Times:
The independent commission has spent two years looking into doping allegations against the doctors, Lothar Heinrich and Andreas Schmid, who are alleged to have created a systematic doping system between 1995 and 2006 for the former T-Mobile and Team Telekom team.
Kloeden, who now rides for Astana and is regarded as Germany's top cyclist, and Kessler, who is serving a doping ban, did not comment to Spiegel on the report. Kloeden has always denied doping. Former T-Mobile rider Patrik Sinkewitz has admitted having received banned blood transfusions from the Freiburg doctors and also to having used the illegal blood-booster erythropoietin (EPO).
Once again medical professionals aid the dopers.