This statement triggered a wave of misinterpretation – inadvertent or otherwise, that further efforts to this day , despite repeated the journal to play down the sensational claims now for growth hormone or growth hormone releasing agent broadly sold on the Internet. The original study was accompanied by an editorial team warning against the general use of growth hormone as a therapy in adults. 2003 was another NEJM editorial receive specifically with the question again, as the 1990 paper was as many online hits in a week as other 1990 articles had in a year, which called primarily to promoters of growth hormone so as documents click to see full text .
Contact: Lou Bergeron, Stanford University Medical CenterSurveyors of anti-aging elixirs tout human growth hormone as a remedy for all things sagging – from the skin to libido – and claim it can even reverse reverse aging. But researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine say There is no evidence that these alleged fountain effect more than a trickle of tap water has when it comes to the defense Father Time. – ‘There is certainly no data out there to suggest that giving growth hormone to an otherwise healthy person he or she will live longer,’Hau Liu, a researcher said in the Division of Endocrinology and the Center for Primary Care and Outcomes Research, and the first author of a review study in the 16th January issue of the Annals of Internal Medicine. ‘We find, however, that it. Considerable potential for side effects ‘. Continue reading “This statement triggered a wave of misinterpretation inadvertent or otherwise click to see full text.”