DAYTONA BEACH, Fla., April 27, 2007 /PRNewswire/ -- The adult use of human growth hormone (HGH) was at the center of a recent New York Times article about the founders of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (http://worldhealth.net/), Dr. Ronald Klatz M.D. and Dr. Robert Goldman M.D.
Writing for the New York Times, Duff Wilson reported the two physicians to be promoting the controversial hormone as an aid to extending human life span, despite claimed reports of serious side effects.
In comments to Fintan Dunne, editor of health Web site http://MyLongLife.com, the two physicians say they are outraged by a slew of recent negative media coverage on the topic. MyLongLife.com has a special report with an in-depth examination of the HGH issue and the role of established medical and pharmaceutical interests.
"There is a hidden battle going on for your right to a long, vital and healthy life," says Editor, Fintan Dunne. "Beneath the surface of this story there are hundreds of billions of dollars at stake, along with the future of medicine itself."
Dunne reports that the nascent promise of the anti-aging movement, spearheaded by the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine, is to greatly enhance our health as we age. However, he says that is also the worst nightmare of a pharmaceutical industry bent on easing us into premature death with a plethora of profitably expensive medications. "Viewed by entrenched medical interests, the burgeoning development of anti-aging medicine is a potent threat," says Dunne.
The special report on MyLonglife.com asks:
Is HGH real ly a dangerous drug, or a proven and safe treatment for adult growth hormone deficiency?
What lies behind the New York Times' reporting on these anti-aging preventative medicine surgeons?
Is the public being subjected to a campaign designed to discredit the field of anti-aging medicine?
Read the full story:
"True Lies About Anti-Aging and Growth Hormone"
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