I suggest they spend more money, and use the expensive tests that give fewer false positives. Further, a process needs to be in place to give financial redress to falsely accused players. I suggest that lists of banned substances and WHY they are banned be posted on the interent, so players could get to it readily. Further, the names of over-the-counter medications containing these things be listed. And no, you DON'T get a list of banned substances if you're player. At least not in all sports. In some cases, the National association gets it. In some case, individuals have to request it.
In short, the drug testing program has to be fair, reliable, and accountable. Which it's not, at the moment.
Re: HIV. Sure it's illegal, but AIDS is a terminal disease. Companies can and do fire people, then fight them in court til they die.
Proud to be an American
Not blind. Not uninformed. We are party to atrocities. But the response of the world after 9/11 is worth noting. Even our most dire enemies offered aid. We should all be so lucky.