-- Doctor who served as a consultant and, according to USADA, assisted Armstrong and teammates with doping.
From February 1996 through December 2006, Armstrong made 11 payments, totaling a little more than $1 million, to a Swiss company Ferrari controlled. The payments ranged in amounts from slightly less than $15,000 on Feb. 21, 1996, to $300,000 on Oct. 6, 2003.According to the report, rider Tyler Hamilton "recalled that in 2001 Dr. Ferrari told Armstrong that he could continue to use EPO in competition if he microdosed EPO and slept in an altitude tent. Ferrari's explanation was that 'The altitude tent would boost the natural production of EPO and throw off the EPO test.' "
The report says rider Floyd Landis recalled that Ferrari attended a pre-Tour de France training camp for Armstrong's U.S. Postal Service team in Spain in 2004 "to monitor the team members' blood values and that Ferrari 'administered EPO and testosterone as needed to ensure the team was ready for the Tour de France.' "