Another asinine story. If Peyton used gh in 2011 to aid in his recovery from surgery, that's his medical right to do so. He wasn't competing so he wasn't violating any policy, and what he does on his own time, regarding recovery is his business. Concerning his wife being shipped gh, there can be legitimate reasons that SHE was receiving it. Her medical history is of no concern to anyone other than herself and Peyton. It's very possible she could have adrenal fatigue or fibrosis or endometriosis or something else, all of which can be treated with gh. Considering that men and women over the age of 30 lose about 20% of gh production and additionally 20% every 10 years or so after until death, it is absolutely an alternative to consider for treatment. As far as being a performance enhancer, its not the most ideal vehicle to use.
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