Katrina Karkazis

Global Health Justice Partnership at Yale

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Bioethicist and visiting senior fellow at the Global Health Justice Partnership at Yale.

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For decades, the international governing body for track and field, IAAF, has been trying to figure out how to determine which athletes are so-called “normal” women and which aren’t.

Women runners must be tested for testosterone in Olympics

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