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With one lab suspended and its replacement unfinished, Brazil won't be able to handle drug testing for the 2014 World Cup alone and is looking overseas for help.
"Of course, this plan must be approved by FIFA and by WADA," he said, adding that he and the lab director met with WADA officials in Montreal last week.
Brazil could turn to labs from Europe or the United States for help with the urine sampling, he added.