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Therapeutic Use Exemptions

A Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE) provides a Player with authorisation to use a Prohibited Substance or Method to treat a legitimate medical condition/illness whilst continuing to play Rugby. Players with a documented medical condition requiring the use of a Prohibited Substance or Method are required to obtain a TUE. Without a TUE, Players risk committing an Anti-Doping Rule Violation, an offence that may result in a sanction regardless of the medical circumstances.

More information on TUEs

IRB Regulation 21, Schedule 3a - WADA International Standard for TUEs
Standard TUE Application Form
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