What Researchers have to say about HGH


Daniel Rudman, M.D., New England Journal of Medicine: "The effects of six months of human growth hormone on lean body mass and adipose-tissue were equivalent in magnitude to the changes incurred during 10-20 years of aging."

V.A. Medical Center and Department of Medicine, Stanford University Medical Center: Concludes: "It is possible that chronic physiologic GH and/or IGF-I replacement therapy might reverse (or prevent) some of these 'inevitable' sequelae of aging". (Study of GH therapy in the elderly - March 1992.)

Dr. Jorgensen and Dr. Christian of Copenhagen, Denmark, in European Journal of Endocrinology, 1994: "Replacement therapy with Growth Hormone has shown beneficial/normalizing effect on parameters such as cardiac and renal function, thyroid hormone metabolism, bone metabolism, sweat secretion, total and regional fuel metabolism and psychological well being."

Dr. Anthony Karpos, M.D.: "We really have something here which may be able to reverse some of the problems associated with aging."

Drs. Ramias, Shamos, and Schiller of St. Joseph Hospital Medical Center in Phoenix, AZ: The Doctors found HGH to be a potent anabolic agent "Daily Administration of human growth hormone in the first week after trauma would enhance the metabolic status.... resulting in reduced morbidity and earlier discharge from hospital."(May 1992, Journal of Surgery. Vol 111, 495-502.)

Dr. Jake Powrie, M.D. and Dr. Andrew Weissberger, St. Thomas Hospital, London England: "All adults with growth hormone deficiency should now be considered for growth hormone replacement therapy." (1995)

Dr. Rosen, M.D. and Dr. G. Johannsson, M.D. of University Hospital, Goteborg, Sweden: "There is no evidence suggestion that Growth Hormone Replacement Therapy causes any unfavorable long term side effects." (Hormone Research, 1995)

References:
1. Salomon F, Cuneo RC, Hesp R et al. The Effects of Treatment with Recombinant Human Growth Hormone on Body Composition and Metabolism in Adults with Growth Hormone Deficiency. New England Journal of Medicine 1989;321:1797-1803.

2. Bengtsson BA. The Consequences of Growth Hormone Deficiency in Adults. Acta Endocrinologica 1993;128 (Suppl 2):2-5.

3. Cuneo RC, Salomon F, Wiles CM et al. Growth Hormone Treatment in Growth Hormone Deficient Adults. II. Effects on Exercise Performance. Journal of Applied Physiology 1991;70:695-700.

4. OƕHalloran DJ, Tsatsoulis A, Whitehouse RW et al. Increased Bone Density after Recombinant Human Growth Hormone (GH) Therapy in Adults with Isolated GH Deficiency. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism 1993;76:1344-1348.

5. McGauley GA, Cuneo RC, Salomon F et al. Psychological Well-Being Before and After Growth Hormone Treatment in Adults with Growth Hormone Deficiency. Hormone Research 1990;33 (suppl 4):52-54.

6. Bengtsson BA, Eden S, Lonn L et al. Treatment of Adults with Growth Hormone (GH) Deficiency with Recombinant Human GH. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism 1993;76;309-317.

7. Johnston DG, Bengtsson BA. Workshop Report: the Effects of Growth Hormone and Growth Hormone Deficiency on Lipids and the Cardiovascular System. Acta Endocrinologica 1993;128 (Suppl 2): 69-70.

8. Amato G, Carella C, Fazio S et al. Body Composition, Bone Metabolism, and Heart Structure and Function in Growth Hormone (GH)-Deficient Adults Before and After GH Replacement Therapy at Low Doses. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism 1993;77:1671-1676.

9. Standford University Medical Center (Psycho-Neuro Endocrinology, VOl. 17, no. 4, 1992 __ many effects of aging can now be reversed, bring about dramatic rejuvenating results in older people:

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