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Can Growth Hormone Prevent Aging?
Article from The New England Journal of Medicine. (February 27, 2003)
Inappropriate Advertising of Dietary Supplements
Editorial in The New England Journal of Medicine comments on references to one of its articles in promotional material for anti-aging supplements . (February 27, 2003)
Scientific American: The Serious Search for an Anti-Aging Pill
Article presents details of scientific research. (August 01, 2002)
The Truth about Human Aging
Report in Scientific American summarises the commercial claims made and the clinical research undertaken. (May 13, 2002)
Effects of human growth hormone in men over 60 years old
Article published in the New England Journal of Medicine describes Rudman's early research. (July 05, 1990)
Growth hormone for the elderly?
Editorial from The New England Journal of Medicine. (July 05, 1990)
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