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Concerns about Growth Hormone Experiments in Short Children
Concerns about Growth Hormone Experiments in Short Children Beginning in 1958, human growth hormone (hGH) was extracted from cadavers for use in children who do not produce normal amounts. The hormone increases the height of hormone-deficient short children, although t
Concerns about Growth Hormone Experiments in Short Children
Concerns about Growth Hormone Experiments in Short Children Beginning in 1958, human growth hormone (hGH) was extracted from cadavers for use in children who do not produce normal amounts. The hormone increases the height of hormone-deficient short children, although t
Concerns about Growth Hormone Experiments in Short Children
Concerns about Growth Hormone Experiments in Short Children Beginning in 1958, human growth hormone (hGH) was extracted from cadavers for use in children who do not produce normal amounts. The hormone increases the height of hormone-deficient short children, although t
Concerns about Growth Hormone Experiments in Short Children
Concerns about Growth Hormone Experiments in Short Children Beginning in 1958, human growth hormone (hGH) was extracted from cadavers for use in children who do not produce normal amounts. The hormone increases the height of hormone-deficient short children, although t
Human Experiments: Redrawing the Ethical Boundaries
Human Experiments: Redrawing the Ethical Boundaries Late 1993 was marked by revelations that hundreds of nonconsenting Americans had been used in radiation tests that began in the 1940s and continued much longer. The full facts of these experiments are not yet known. Earlier in the year, the National Academy of Sc
Human Experiments: Redrawing the Ethical Boundaries
Human Experiments: Redrawing the Ethical Boundaries Late 1993 was marked by revelations that hundreds of nonconsenting Americans had been used in radiation tests that began in the 1940s and continued much longer. The full facts of these experiments are not yet known. Earlier in the year, the National Academy of Sc
Human Experiments: Redrawing the Ethical Boundaries
Human Experiments: Redrawing the Ethical Boundaries Late 1993 was marked by revelations that hundreds of nonconsenting Americans had been used in radiation tests that began in the 1940s and continued much longer. The full facts of these experiments are not yet known. Earlier in the year, the National Academy of Sc
Human Experiments: Redrawing the Ethical Boundaries
Human Experiments: Redrawing the Ethical Boundaries Late 1993 was marked by revelations that hundreds of nonconsenting Americans had been used in radiation tests that began in the 1940s and continued much longer. The full facts of these experiments are not yet known. Earlier in the year, the National Academy of Sc
Protecting Children from Human Growth Hormone Risks
Human Growth Hormone Since 1959, human growth hormone has been used to promote growth in children who do not produce growth hormone naturally or who have one of several conditions that impair growth. Because the hormone was derived from human cadavers, it was in short supply. In 1985, however, the availability of
Protecting Children from Human Growth Hormone Risks
Human Growth Hormone Since 1959, human growth hormone has been used to promote growth in children who do not produce growth hormone naturally or who have one of several conditions that impair growth. Because the hormone was derived from human cadavers, it was in short supply. In 1985, however, the availability of
Protecting Children from Human Growth Hormone Risks
Human Growth Hormone Since 1959, human growth hormone has been used to promote growth in children who do not produce growth hormone naturally or who have one of several conditions that impair growth. Because the hormone was derived from human cadavers, it was in short supply. In 1985, however, the availability of
Protecting Children from Human Growth Hormone Risks
Human Growth Hormone Since 1959, human growth hormone has been used to promote growth in children who do not produce growth hormone naturally or who have one of several conditions that impair growth. Because the hormone was derived from human cadavers, it was in short supply. In 1985, however, the availability of
The Verdict Goes against HRT
In July, the Women’s Health Initiative (WHI), which was studying the effects of combined estrogen and progestin use in postmenopausal women, was halted. It ended three years early after researchers observed an increased risk of breast cancer, potentially deadly blood clots, strokes, and heart disease in wom
The Verdict Goes against HRT
In July, the Women’s Health Initiative (WHI), which was studying the effects of combined estrogen and progestin use in postmenopausal women, was halted. It ended three years early after researchers observed an increased risk of breast cancer, potentially deadly blood clots, strokes, and heart disease in wom
The Verdict Goes against HRT
In July, the Women’s Health Initiative (WHI), which was studying the effects of combined estrogen and progestin use in postmenopausal women, was halted. It ended three years early after researchers observed an increased risk of breast cancer, potentially deadly blood clots, strokes, and heart disease in wom

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