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GH

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for GHANA.

GH

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Republic of Ghana. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Ghanaian bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Ghana. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Ghana. Each region of Ghana has its own code with the prefix "GH." For example, the code for Volta is ISO 3166-2:GH-TV.
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Recombinant human growth hormone is a pleiotropic cytokine targeting a variety of hematopoietic and non hematopoietic tissues.
Employing a low dose of human growth hormone to "revitalize" one's condition is now being treated as a quasi-illegal activity in many but not all states.
Compliance with growth hormone treatment was very good, with patients receiving an average of 95% of their scheduled injections.
The new guidelines, which were presented for the first time at the meeting, recommend retesting all children with idiopathic growth hormone deficiency as soon as possible after discontinuing the medication.
The Phase II clinical trial was conducted using two dose levels of ALTU-238 in adults with growth hormone deficiency.
Now Humatrope is indicated for patients with severe adult growth hormone deficiency.
All of these aging symptoms can be stopped and rolled back by maintaining Growth Hormone levels in the blood at the same levels HGH existed in the blood when we were 25 years old.
The small study included 55 patients with adult-onset growth hormone deficiency.
The effect of growth hormone on body composition has been known for more than ten years but trials in adults have surfaced safety concerns and evidence of a corresponding improvement in muscle function has been inconsistent.
Joe Cox, company President, said, "The patent's claims cover cysteine analogs and modified cysteine analogs of human growth hormone and growth hormone antagonists.
A POSSIBLE link between treatment with natural human growth hormone and cancer has been disclosed by scientists.
Australian Professor Arthur Everitt, who has studied the effects of growth hormone on ageing for 50 years, said the hormone was originally seen as an elixir of youth because it reversed some signs of age.
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