薛蔭嫻：「 除迫害我以外，因為我反對興奮劑迫害我兒子，我得了腦中風， 我丈夫也因為這個事情去世了，害了我全家，叫我家破人亡。」
薛蔭嫻向《新唐人》提供1988年中國體委把興奮劑「政策化，常規化」的日誌，其中記錄了時任「國家體委訓練局」局長李富榮在1988年5月5號召開的一次關於「 營養藥」的會議講話，李富榮提出，把激素的使用「 合法化」，並且強調：把激素改名為「特殊營養藥」，易於接受，也利於保密！
Former Medical Supervisor to Athletes Persecuted Due
to Resisting Doping Policy
The London Olympics are underway and doping athletes
is still a topic of concern to the world and Olympic Committee.
Former medical supervision team leader of the Chinese
Sports Commission Training Bureau, Dr. Xue Yinxian,
provided New Tang Dynasty TV(NTD) with her 1988 diary
about the Chinese Sports Bureau’s policy on routine doping.
Dr. Xue and her family have suffered from persecution
because she resisted orders to doping the athletes.
Xue Yinxian is 74 years old. She is the mother of Chinese
independent filmmaker Yang Weidong.
She graduated from the Beijing Institute of Physical
Education Department of Sports Medicine in 1963.
She has served as the doctor for the national track and
field team, basketball team, martial arts team, women’s volleyball team, and gymnastics team, respectively.
She has also served as the National Sports Commission
Training Council medical supervision leader,
the Chinese national gymnastics team medical leader,
and accompanied national sports teams to more than 50 countries.
Xue Yinxian was forced to leave the national gymnastics team
in February 1989 because she refused to dope athletes.
She then suffered persecution at the hands of the National
Education Committee and Training Council.
She could not receive a reasonable job, her university degree
was secretly tampered with, and her wages deliberately cut.
In 2007, her husband, Yang Kheton, sadly passed away under
a siege by the Sports Commission members.
Xue Yinxian: “They persecuted me.
They persecuted my son because I was against doping.
Consequently, I had a stroke and my husband died.
They persecuted my whole family and ruined my family."
Yang Weidong told NTD that his brother graduated from
Beijing Medical University in 1993.
The National Sports Commission deliberately took his brother’s
file and told his brother to work in the Sports Commission.
Within 6 six months, the file was kept in the Human Resources.
As a result, his brother could not get a job and could not get
a medical practice certificate.
Yang Weidong has accompanied his father to file a petition
for 20 years and has met with all sorts of difficulties.
Under enormous psychological pressure, his father was
underwent surgery in 2007 to remove a malignant brain tumor.
Soon after his discharge from the hospital, Sports Commission
members assigned people to besiege his father, which caused his death.
Xue Yinxian provided NTD her 1988 diary about how the
Chinese Sports Commission legalized the routine usage of doping.
On May 5, 1988, she recorded then State Sports Commission
Training Board director Li Furong’s talk in a Nutritional Medicine conference.
Li Furong instructed the legalization of hormone usage
and stressed renaming the hormone to “special nutritional medicine” for acceptance and secrecy.
The diary also contained Xue Yinxian’s conversation
with the head coach about her refusal to dope the athletes.
She explicitly explained to the coach that athletes would
gain weight but lose strength after doping.
In the 1988 Seoul Olympics, the Chinese delegation
only won five gold medals, only one third of their 1984 wins.
The Chinese saw it as a great insult, and a number of
star athletes were fully blamed at the time.
In fact, Chinese athletes have not begun doping in 1984.
Xue Yinxian believes the use of doping not only violates
sports ethics, but also has great influence on the player’s body.
She said doping could cause athletes to develop liver or
brain cancer in 20 years.
A woman who dopes will grow a beard and even become
infertile after using the hormone.
Xue Yinxian: “Doping itself is for patients.
Doping a healthy person will break the internal balance
and will cause function failure.
This failure might lead to the fattening of the athletes
which might be beneficial in certain regards."
Yang Weidong told our reporter that the authorities even took
the compensation over his father’s death.
He started to reflect on the acts of the Communist Party,
and began his journey in search of the truth.
Since 2007, Yang Weidong spent all his personal resources
to making a documentary film “Signal."
Since 2009, Yang Weidong has interviewed 303 people.
His book entitled, “Record of 500 Chinese Souls”
is a collective of the interviews.
This April, on his way to the US for an academic conference,
Yang Weidong was restrained by the police at the Beijing airport.
Prior to this, Yang Weidong sent an interview invitation
to the International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Jacques Rogge
and the President of the World Anti-Doping Agency Fach,
and told them his mother’s story.
It is likely that his travel was disrupted due to his intention
to expose the Communist authorities doping scandal.