Lance Armstrong's admission could be used as a warning
Anti-steriods advocates say now is the time to warn kids about the dangers of performance enhancing drugs.
Lance Armstrong has reportedly admitted to blood doping during his miraculous run as a seven-time Tour de France winner, in his interview that was taped Monday with Oprah Winfrey.
Don Hooton of the Taylor Hooton Foundation says after no one was voted into the Baseball Hall of Fame and Armstrong, parents should use this as a teachable moment. Hooton says if Armstrong could get away with blood doping for years even with rigorous testing, imagine how rampant it is with young athletes.
The Taylor Hooton Foundation was founded by Don Hooton in honor of his son who died from steroid use as a teenager.
Lance Armstrong's interview with Ophrah Winfrey is scheduled to air on Thursday.
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