HGH: Often is viewed as a fountain of youth

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HGH: Often is viewed as a fountain of youth

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Bob Vitols, 50, of Lincoln, Neb., said he began experimenting in hormone replacement therapy about three years ago because he was feeling run down. Vitols said he is sure HGH changed his life. He said his mood has improved, and he isn’t burning out every day at 2 p.m.
An injector pen contains about a week’s worth of doses for human growth hormone.
Dr. Mark Molitch of Northwestern University, who helped write medical standards meant to limit human growth hormone treatment to legitimate patients, holds an injector pen. FDA regulations ban the sale of HGH as an anti-aging drug.
Dr. Jeffry Life’s Las Vegas clinic, the Cenegenics Medical Institute, specializes in “age management.”

HGH: Often is viewed as a fountain of youth

Bob Vitols, 50, of Lincoln, Neb., said he began experimenting in hormone replacement therapy about three years ago because he was feeling run down. Vitols said he is sure HGH changed his life. He said his mood has improved, and he isn’t burning out every day at 2 p.m.
An injector pen contains about a week’s worth of doses for human growth hormone.
Dr. Mark Molitch of Northwestern University, who helped write medical standards meant to limit human growth hormone treatment to legitimate patients, holds an injector pen. FDA regulations ban the sale of HGH as an anti-aging drug.
Dr. Jeffry Life’s Las Vegas clinic, the Cenegenics Medical Institute, specializes in “age management.”
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