Cancer and HGH
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April 21, 2017 at 11:10 am #1595
hello people, as the title says it – I would like to talk about cancer and HGH and, of course, their connection. now, I guess we all know that human growth hormone (HGH) it is a hormone that is made by our body in a natural way, however the HGH that is being introduced in the body by injection it is synthetic (man made, recombinant). and so, the possibility of the synthetic hormone replacement therapy (the HGH injections) to increase the risk of a cancer has always been a worrying topic and generally a subject of concern.
like for example, there are some studies in which has been showed that the use of the synthetic estrogen without the progesterone has shown an increased number of incidences the of endometrial cancer in the postmenopausal women, however there are also other studies that have showed this to be wrong. now, I know that there are 3 most important questions in regards to this so here I am going to start:
Can HGH increase the risk of getting cancer? well, to answer your question I can tell you: there have been made some experiments in which they did seemed to support the idea that the synthetic HGH injections indeed might cause an increase in the cancer cell production. those experiments have shown that some very large dosages of the HGH injections have induced cancer in the laboratory animals, but then again, very large doses and it is obvious that too much of any hormone (and in fact, anything at all) it is not healthy). there are 2 studies which has shown that men that are having higher than normal levels of the IGF 1 have had an increase in risk of cancer. for those who don’t know what IGF 1 means, these levels are mirroring the amount of the HGH in the body. and now, regarding these results of these 2 studies then something isn’t quite right… there is a biochemist and physician who commented on that… we all know that the IGF 1 is decreasing as we age and so, if the high IGF 1 levels can be directly associated with getting cancer (and prostate cancer either) then, logically, shouldn’t the risk of getting a prostate cancer slowly decrease instead of increase as we age?
having that said, lots of people doubted that IGF 1 levels, in fact, has anything to do with cancer. the physician was correct and so, later, 5 other studies on the IGF 1 levels and on the prostate cancer has showed that there has been absolutely no link between the IGF 1 and the prostate cancer which excludes the fact that IGF 1 can increase the risk of getting it.
one study has showed what has appeared to be an increase in the incidence of the leukemia in the Japanese children who were treated with the synthetic HGH injection. those children indeed were having an increase number in leukemia. however the problem with this study done there was that it has been made in children that were already having leukemia… I mean, they have already been diagnosed with leukemia before they have been started to get the therapy with HGH. however, then later, when those children have been removed from that study, there has been absolutely no increase in the incidence for the cancer compared to the general population. also there were studies done which showed the following… the HGH injection therapy has not increased the recurrence rate of cancerous tumors in the human growth hormone deficient children after their tumors have already been removed/ irradiated. in short, as a conclusion, the HGH injection therapy does not increase the chances of a person to get cancer. there’s a big pharmaceutical company located in USA who has said (after lots of culture tests) that there is no evidence of cancer cell mutation in the use of HGH therapy (this is the first step of the cancer development). with all of this being said, you do not get cancer by using HGH, but if you are already having cancer then HGH can help those cancerous tumor to develop at a higher speed rate.
second question that’s very important here: can HGH help to prevent cancer? how HGH generally acts to cancer? well, to answer this question I just can say that there are some researches that are believing that HGH restoration is actually giving the body a protective factor and this factor is helping to prevent getting cancer. it’s something like HGH makes you stronger and more immune to get cancer.
there were studies done with HGH that has involved 800 test subjects. Their test subjects have been treated with synthetic HGH injection therapy and none of those subjected were having prior cancer. in the end of the study – none of the subjected were reported to have any cases of cancer. there are people who are concerned who believe that since the human growth hormone therapy it is helping the normal cells to divide more rapidly, then they can also cause the cancerous cells to divide more rapidly as well. the doctor who has done and closely followed the studies with 800 subjects (people who have been older than 40 years) then at least SOME of those subjects should have gotten cancer, at least just based and believing the normal rate of the occurrence in the population who are over the age of 40. however, since absolutely nobody from all of those 800 patients have developed cancer, then it is quite possible (at least it is believed that there are some chances) that the HGH did gave those patients at least some type of protection against cancer. I’m not trying to say here that the protection is 100% proof and that if using HGH you’re not going to get cancer for sure, all I’m trying to say here is that at least some chances are that HGH can increase your protection against cancer.
and plus to that, the levels of the prostate specific antigen (PSA), for those who don’t know what that is: it’s a *marker* of prostate issues that is including cancer as well, has not increased among absolutely ANY of the male patients of the doctor who made that study which has proven that there is no connection between those 2. in fact, although that’s not for sure, there is one case study (that is why it is not known for sure, because it is just one case) in which it has appeared that the HGH injection therapy has been actually REVERSING that previously diagnosed prostate cancer in one patient. either that is just a coincidence or something more, I don’t know… whatever the case, that specific patient I am talking about, initially have had a PSA level that was somewhere between 50 to 60 range (while the normal level of PSA is between 0 and 4). those men that are having cancer are typically having a PSA level of around 10 to 20. that patient’s diagnosis has been cancer of the prostate. then later it has been confirmed with the needle biopsy as well.
well, that doctor who was treating the patient was treating him with HGH injection as well as with melatonin and with DHEA. later, the doctor was shocked to see that the patient’s PSA levels have dropped down into the range of 5 to about 7. I remember, when I read that article, that doctor said that this is mind blowing! I remember that when I was reading that article, the doctor did has admitted on the fact that he is not sure what exactly has caused the apparent remission, however he has said that he think that the human growth hormone that the patient was given has stimulated the immune system and among the immune system we can include the natural cancer killer cells. having that said, the HGH made ‘more soldiers’ to deal with ‘cancer’s soldiers’. in the animal and in the human studies there is a wealth of data which is showing that the human growth hormone is reviving and is rejuvenating the immune system and any cells in our body and that’s including those cells that are recognizing and are fighting cancer cells (as well as any cells that shouldn’t be in our body). HGH is pretty much ‘waking up’ the anti virus in our body which fights off with maladies.April 21, 2017 at 12:26 pm #1596
sorry I have stopped my post like that, but I had to go and my fingers were aching 😀 but I didn’t forgot so I came back and I want to get my post until the end. there’s one last very important question from as much as I know and it sounds something as the following: I am being concerned about risks, however I would still want to get the benefits of HGH… so what do I do? I must remember you that HGH are a hormone replacement therapy (HRT) with a man made hormone. there are the most well known authorities who are saying something like this: the hormone replacement therapy with the synthetic HGH injection it is STILL new, and that is why we cannot know the long term effects. I believe this might be updated nowadays since some time has already passed. whatever the case, here’s the same book that says this:
those people who are being worried about the safety and the cost of synthetic injections, and yet, they still want the numerous benefits of the HGH, they might consider to use the products in order to promote the improved production of human growth hormone by their own pituitary gland. and one last thing here there is a book that was written a long time ago, nearly 20 years ago (in 1999) and it was written by one of the foremost authorities. in that book I’ve read something like:
with the way that anti aging science it is advancing (but I need to remember you again, this was nearly 20 years ago), the injections may soon be obsolete. there are new sublingual (which means under tongue) spray releasers.
whatever the case I still must say: if you are being concerned about the safety of the synthetic HGH injection therapy then there’s still a solution for you: why wouldn’t you just consider homeopathic HGH? it is a lot much more safer and it still gives you the same HGH benefits. that articles that it is talking about the increased risk of cancer that is under development it is referring to those people who are using the injections. it is a bit different with the homeopathic HGH products as these ones are helping the pituitary gland to increase and to balance its own naturally made growth hormone production and release but as I have said in my other post, it is always better when your body does something on its own, naturally, than to take something else from outside sources especially when it is synthetic. Homeopathic just help your pituitary gland to do its job, it doesn’t replace it as with the HGH injections. there have been no studies that would suggest the HGH in the homeopathic form to cause an increased risk for cancer or anything in this matter. in fact, I can say that it is being said that in more than 200 years of the use of the homeopathic medicines they have never ever caused harm or gave side effects or anything in this matter. in short, you get the benefits of that something (HGH in our case) and you risk with nothing. I do run HGH myself but I run it in homeopathic form so I recommend everyone else to do the same. I’m doing it for more than 10 years now and I am absolutely all fine.
anyway, to make a conclusion about the HGH and cancer I can say that I personally am looking at it as the following: when we are young then our natural human growth hormone level, of course, it is at its highest which means that we’re all feel absolutely fine. well, during this time of our youth we are at our lowest risk for cancer and we all know this, but then as we are aging our HGH level is decreasing and our risk for cancer is getting increased. although HGH injections never cause cancers, there are still other drawbacks and in light of everything else mentioned above: I personally would recommend homeopathic HGH which would keep your HGH levels stable and would keep you away from bad effects. I really hope this is going to be helpful for some people.
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