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Mavericks owner Mark Cuban intends to fund studies to determine whether human growth hormone use would be beneficial for athletes rehabilitating from injuries. USA Today reported this week that Cuban broached the subject at NBA's Board of Governors
Versartis has raised $20 million in new funding that it said will be used to prepare for an international trial on children of a treatment for growth hormone deficiency. The Redwood City company led by CEO Jeffrey Cleland said the Series D funding
October 2, 2013 We've heard some interesting things about cow's milk over the years. I am going to share with you four myths about milk that I continue to hear from my patients' parents. Myth #1 : Don't give milk to a child with a fever, the milk
And remember how furious Katie was at his suggestion she'd ever allow such a mistake to happen. Well in the new issue of the magazine, Alex has been forced to admit that he knowingly took Harvey's drugs and that he lied about it being a mistake...We'
The Sydney Roosters reverted to damage control mode yesterday as the season-long performance-enhancing drugs scandal spread to the premiership favourites, inflicting further damage on the code's reputation as its showpiece Grand Final looms.
Human growth hormone (hGH) is commonly referred to as the ''Hollywood drug''. It helps aid vanity but is unlikely to lift performance if used in isolation. However, according to the World Anti-Doping Agency, research has shown it enhances the
From what we can make out, Alex says he once accidentally injected growth hormone intended to treat Katie Price's son Harvey, thinking it was his own medicine. And Katie Price reckons there's no way that could've happened...Questions. The story
23 August 2013 7 shares 5 View comments No longer the preserve of cheating athletes and fired-up body-builders, human growth hormone is now as common on the film sets of Hollywood as Botox and Restylane. Indeed, veteran trainer Happy Hill, who helped
The top Democrat on the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee says the NFL players' union "is now holding HGH testing hostage" and that could "force Congress to intervene." Rep. Elijah Cummings of Maryland says in a statement emailed by his
Dear James/Paul I have some fundamental problems being club doctor at present. This particularly applies to the administration of supplements. Although we have been giving supplements for approximately three months, despite repeated requests as to