lance armstrong

Earlier in CBS News, Ex-Teammate Tyler Hamilton told Scott Pelley that Armstrong used Erythropoietin (a banned performance enhancing drug) in 1999 which was the first year he won in Tour de France. Medically, Erythropoietin (EPO) is used to treat anemia because it stimulates the production of red blood cells. For athletes, it means an increase in oxygen carrying capacity. Lance Armstrong has been an inspiration to every cancer survivor around the world, the man behind Nike's Livestrong campaign.... → Continue reading