Doctor’s Statements on the Positive Effects
of Hormone Replacement Therapy!

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

V.A. Medical Center and Department of Medicine, Stanford University Medical Center
study on GH Therapy – (March 1992) in the elderly 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."

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

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

Carol Kahn, a long time science writer, with Dr. Ronald Klatz, co-author of the new book on growth-hormone, "Growing Young with hGH"
"Remarkable the results from GH therapy were experienced by an aging couple who underwent treatment for six months. The results were a dramatic physical improvement. Some of the most striking effects were in the quality of life. Before treatment, many of the patients said they were struggling with low self-esteem, anxiety, and depression, but after a short time on GH therapy, the difference was like night and day."

Dr’s. Ramias, Shamos, and Schiller of St. Joseph Hospital Medical Center in Phoenix, Arizona
"The doctor’s found hGH to be a patient anabolic agent. "Daily Administration of Human Growth Hormone in the first week after trauma would enhance the metabolic status, resulting in the reduced morbidity and earlier discharge from the hospital. (May 1992, Journal of Surgery, Vol. 111, pages 495-502)."

Dr. Jake Powrie, MD 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).