What if my Antidoping Center’s TUE application is denied?

A decision to deny a TUE application includes a written explanation of the reason(s) for the denial. If it is not clear to you, please contact the Antidoping Center to understand exactly why the TUE was denied. Sometimes, there may be a critical piece of information, diagnostic test, laboratory results missing, etc. In which case, you should re-apply to us. Otherwise, you may appeal the denial decision as follows:

The decision of the Executive Director for denial of TUE might be appealed within 3 (three) days to the Bulgarian Sports Arbitration at the Bulgarian Olympic Committee. The decision of the Bulgarian Sports Arbitration might be appealed by WADA to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in Lausanne, Switzerland.

Who should apply for a TUE? Where and when to apply?

What if my Antidoping Center's TUE is not recognized by my International federation?

What is a Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE)?

Will my medical information be treated in a confidential manner?

Contact information

How to apply to the Antidoping Center for a TUE?

Can I get a retroactive TUE?

What if I need to renew my TUE?

What are the criteria for granting a TUE?

Regulations on Anti-doping Activities_EN
WADA International Standard for Therapeutic Use Exemptions_EN
ADAMS Quick Reference Card – TUEs _EN
TUE Checklists
Regulations on Anti-doping Activities
WADA International Standard for Therapeutic Use Exemptions
ADAMS Quick Reference Card – TUEs
Therapeutic Use Exemption Application Form