Cuban to Finance Medical Study to Prove Benefits of HGH for
researchers have long understood the potential benefits of HGH
Hormone Replacement Therapy to patients suffering from Age-Related
Human Growth Hormone Deficiency, but we are just beginning to learn
about a wide variety of other potentially beneficial uses for HGH
been growing evidence that HGH Injection Therapy can be useful for
rehabilitation, and Mark Cuban, the owner of the Dallas Mavericks, is
interested in finding out the real benefits and drawbacks of HGH for
Injury Rehabilitation, and is willing to contribute large sums of
money to find out the truth of the matter.
Year Study Will Test the Effectiveness of HGH
has already made a major financial contribution with the intention of
funding a clinical study at a prominent university. According to his
description, the medical study will be conducted over the course of
two years and will evaluate the potential ability for Human Growth
Hormone Injections to speed up the rate of rehabilitation after an
injury. The study will monitor patients from before their operation
until long into their recovery process.
Growth Hormone Has Long Been Used by Athletes
Injection Therapy has long been used by athletes of all kinds for the
purpose of performance enhancement, and there are even rumors abound
that many athletes travel overseas to Europe, because medical
facilities in Europe often utilize Subcutaneous HGH Therapy in their
treatment processes, which many believe speed up the healing process.
Injections Currently Only Legal for a Few Limited Treatments
United States, Recombinant HGH is a highly regulated form of medical
treatment, and can only be used legally in the country for a few
explicit purposes: Human Growth Hormone Deficiency, Idiopathic Short
Stature in Children, and HIV/AIDS-Related Wasting. Overseas, some
alternative uses for HGH are often encouraged, and off-label use of
the medication is considered legal practice. Since HGH was lumped in
with Anabolic Steroids in the late 1980s and early 1990s, HGH
Prescriptions are highly limited.
medical study, Mark Cuban aims to discover the real potential benefit
of Human Growth Hormone Injections. There is a large amount of
anecdotal evidence regarding the use of HGH for Rehabilitation, but
there has been inconclusive medical study to provide a definitive
answer. Cuban looks to provide that answer once and for all.
Should Be Able to Use All Effective Medical Tools Available to
Recover from Injury
Mark Cuban leaves no indication that he believes that Human Growth
Hormone should be used as a Performance Enhancing Drug, he sees no
reason to deny players that ability to use the treatment as a
legitimate medical therapy, especially one that is highly useful and
beneficial for athletes prone to muscle and joint injuries.
believes that if Human Growth Hormone Injections can limit the muscle
atrophy associated with medical surgery, it should be available to
players that have their rehabilitation times lengthened by such
atrophy. He believes that reduced recovery times are good both for
the player and for professional basketball itself. Cuban feels that
if there is no downside, the players should be afforded the
opportunity to use the treatment.
Know About This Future Study
not go into specific details about the study. He does not name the
University, and he does not mention the specific injury, but he does
explain that the injury affects well over one hundred thousand
patients annually. He implies that both groups will go through the
exact same treatment regimen, except one group of patients will
undergo routine rehabilitation with HGH Injections, and the other
group will undergo routine rehabilitation with placebo injections.
the use of injections, the experiment will not negatively impact the
normal rehabilitative process, and will provide a clear image of the
effects of HGH on Injury Rehab. If the treatment does improve
recovery times, it not only benefits NBA Players, it benefits
millions of potential patients all across the United States.
Awaits DEA and FDA-Approval
refused to release any overly-specific information regarding the
medical study, because it still awaits FDA and DEA-Approval, although
at this time he believes there are no roadblocks to approval.
though he did not mention the university in particular that would
conduct the research, he did express that it was a very well-regarded
medical institution. At this stage, Cuban is unsure when the study
will actually start, because of the need for federal approval.
Cuban Has Long Been an Advocate for Judicious Use of HGH If Deemed
Human Growth Hormone is fully banned as a Performance Enhancing Drug
by the National Basketball Association. This means that the drug
cannot be used by healthy players to attempt to improve their game,
but it also means that injured players are not allowed to use the
Bio-Identical Hormone as a medical treatment.
interested in providing players this opportunity if research suggests
that it is beneficial, and discussed this in a recent Board of
Governors meeting. He believes that if HGH Injections prove
beneficial for Injury Recovery, they should be allowed for use by
injured players. After talking about the subject at the meeting, a
number of universities contacted him to discuss potential research
for Supporting HGH Research
says that his main goal in financing this study is to uncover the
truth about Human Growth Hormone. He believes that the NBA's current
position toward Human Growth Hormone is just a marketing position,
and wants to discover the reality for the players, the league, and
society at large.
that it benefits him as an NBA owner if Recombinant HGH can increase
recovery times, but in this case, what benefits him, personally has
the potential to benefit everyone, which has encouraged his desire to
see the truth about HGH for Healing.