Navigation Links
Are Pros "Cheating" with Undetectable HGH Boosters?
Date:2/19/2013

NEW YORK, Feb. 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Everyone's talking about human growth hormone (hGH). It seems there's been more news about hGH in the past six months than there has been in the past ten years. In fact, it's been featured on CNN, The Today Show, Fox News, The Dr. Oz Show, and in Shape magazine and Muscle & Fitness. Part of it has to do with the increasing number of athletes injecting synthetic recombinant human growth hormone (rhGH) because they believe it helps increase lean muscle mass, repair muscle damage, and improve performance.

But the true "hGH frenzy" really got underway in September of 2012 when it was revealed that a "natural" compound was actually capable of increasing mean, serum (blood) growth hormone levels... by 682%. The research was presented at the prestigious Obesity Society's 30th Annual Scientific Meeting by some of the most renowned experts in the world, and it quickly became headline news because it means that finally, after 30 years of research, there's a way for people to increase their growth hormone levels... without injections. The compound that was the subject of the research presentation is now being sold under the trade name Growth Factor-9™ by well-known sports supplement company Novex Biotech®.

And now Growth Factor-9, or GF9 as most people are calling it, is bringing new controversy into the world of competitive athletics. Because of the edge they give users, rhGH injections have been banned by virtually every professional sporting body in the word, and even some college sports programs have begun testing for it, like the University of Miami, which recently tested every single one of its baseball players for rhGH use. But because GF9 offers athletes a way to increase their hGH levels naturally, they can boost their levels without fear of that increase triggering a positive result on anti-doping tests. So the new controversy is ove
'/>"/>

SOURCE Novex Biotech
Copyright©2012 PR Newswire.
All rights reserved

Page: 1 2 3

Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:10/20/2014)... 2014 Local veterinary surgeon, Dr. Tim ... study of donor stem cells for dogs with osteoarthritis. ... and has performed clinical stem cell therapy for 7 ... determine if a single injection of donor stem cells ... reduce pain and inflammation in the treated joints. ...
(Date:10/19/2014)... The Asian Automatic patient billing report ... and forecast of revenue. The Automatic patient billing market ... million by 2018, at a developing CAGR of 7.2% ... of the Asian Automatic patient billing market, to get ... provides a glimpse of the segmentation of this market ...
(Date:10/19/2014)... 2014 According to market research ... WLAN Controllers; Wireless gateways)]- Global Advancements, Forecasts and ... global Outdoor Wi-Fi market with analysis and forecasting ... also identifies the drivers and the restrains for ... opportunities and challenges. , Browse 65 market data ...
(Date:10/18/2014)... The Asia-Pacific hardware encryption display market report defines and ... forecast of revenue. This market was valued $5,154.0 million ... by 2018, at a CAGR of 58.4% from 2013 ... Asia-Pacific hardware encryption market report, to get an idea ... glimpse of the segmentation of the market, and is ...
Breaking Biology Technology:Cascade Veterinary Referral Center Seeks Candidates for an Investigational Study of Stem Cells for Dogs with Arthritis 2The Asian Automatic patient billing market is estimated to grow to around $463.9 million by 2018 - New Report by MicroMarket Monitor 2The Asian Automatic patient billing market is estimated to grow to around $463.9 million by 2018 - New Report by MicroMarket Monitor 3Outdoor Wi-Fi Market (by Access Points, WLAN Controllers, Wireless gateways) Expected to Cross $37.2 Billion by 2018 - New Report by MarketsandMarkets 2Outdoor Wi-Fi Market (by Access Points, WLAN Controllers, Wireless gateways) Expected to Cross $37.2 Billion by 2018 - New Report by MarketsandMarkets 3Outdoor Wi-Fi Market (by Access Points, WLAN Controllers, Wireless gateways) Expected to Cross $37.2 Billion by 2018 - New Report by MarketsandMarkets 4The Asia-Pacific hardware encryption display market is expected to reach $51,362.6 million by 2018 - New Report by MicroMarket Monitor 2The Asia-Pacific hardware encryption display market is expected to reach $51,362.6 million by 2018 - New Report by MicroMarket Monitor 3
... Scheduled for Thursday, May 1, 2003 at the Midwest ... about addressing the commonchallenges of migrating Microsoft Windows NT(R) ... 2003 family delivers a connected, scalable,reliable platform that has ... solve complex IT infrastructure problems. , , ,"We ...
... the Midwest. Only five of these types of facilities exist ... Terrence R. Dolan, PhD, Director of the Fitchburg Technology Campus. ... factory will be an engine for Wisconsins biotechnology industry. Sources ... list of global clients who are eagerly awaiting its start-up. ...
... any good entrepreneur will tell you that every opportunity is ... weve received about 1,500 applications for financing, performed about 750 ... or facilitated more than a dozen investments (and a couple ... a final reminder of why were doing this in the ...
Cached Biology Technology:Biotech Manufacturing Facility to be Built in Wisconsin 2"For Angels Only...When to say No... 2"For Angels Only...When to say No... 3
(Date:10/18/2014)... stress-related psychiatric disorders are associated with increased ... mechanisms underlying this relation are unknown. Understanding ... of targeted preventive strategies and new or ... work is presented at the European College ... international group of researchers from Germany and ...
(Date:10/17/2014)... Rockville, MD – Accurate knowledge regarding Ebola is critical ... current risk of hazardous global outbreak and epidemic. The ... has launched a special issue, Ebola Virus and Public ... with necessary knowledge in this critical societal moment. ... Primer on Ebola for Clinicians . The primer was ...
(Date:10/17/2014)... news release is available in German . ... only a very few drugs. When treating overdoses, doctors are ... is especially difficult if there is a combination of drugs ... playing and accidentally swallows his grandmother,s pills? ETH professor Jean-Christophe ... wanted to find an answer to this question. "The task ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):Researchers find why depression and aging linked to increased disease risk 2Emergency aid for overdoses 2Emergency aid for overdoses 3
... plants, animals, and microbes introduced to regions beyond their ... $1.4 trillion dollars . They are responsible for the loss ... uptick in infectious diseases. Not all non-native species pose ... several decades teasing apart the conditions that set the stage ...
... posed to people who work with tiny fibres used in ... Research into the health risks posed by nanofibres used ... has pinpointed the lengths at which these fibres are harmful ... a range of materials including carbon, are about 1,000 times ...
... salt sea without an outlet, lies over 400 meters ... because it increases their buoyancy. "For scientists, however, ... a diachronic view of its climate past," says Prof. ... and Paleontology at the University of Bonn. ...
Cached Biology News:Losing stream in our battle to predict and prevent invasive species 2Losing stream in our battle to predict and prevent invasive species 3Drastic desertification 2Drastic desertification 3