She either lives with that or she publishes her blood data and then people with sufficient knowledge of how to interpret it will no doubt debate what it shows and whether her explanations for abnormal values are reasonable.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but do these test results not come from the IAAF anti doping programme? If that's the case, then surely they have already been scutinised by experts.
Whether or not he got any benefit from the EPO was largely an irrelevance, since we already know that elite athletes do. The point was that he was able to get hold of it from the internet, take it for a period of time and pass the 'biological passport' testing.
Yes, but what does "passing" the biological passport test mean?
As I understand it, for the biological passport, you need to be tested over a period of months to establish a baseline, against which deviations are then assessed. Did this guy actually do that? Or did he just do one test before and one after?