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Genotropin (human growth hormone) growth hormones shorts, what is this?

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Growth hormone: Genotropin (human growth hormone) is growth hormone and is indicated in children with growth hormone deficiency to help them grow. It has much less of a role in adults, but can sometimes be helpful in adults who have had pituitary disease and have very low somatomedin C levels.

Answered 8/7/2014

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