When the Olympics came to Park City, Utah, I volunteered and as a physician was assigned to the position of doping control officer. I was responsible for overseeing doping control stations in Provo and Park City Mountain resort. It was then that the idea came to me to write a book about how one might get away with doping during an international sports competition.
Ten years later Morphed has been published. My thinking about doping in sports and HPE applications in our daily lives has evolved from being strictly anti-doping to understanding how ingrained “doping” is on and off athletic fields. We have become so conditioned to human performance enhancing methods that the line between what should be permissible in athletic and what is cheating is blurred.