Various news clips on
the subject of growth hormone
Shaw interviewed Thomas Perls and Gary Ruvkin on the new CNN show
"Visions". Perls and Ruvkin are the authors of the new book
"Living to 100". The show aired on CNN October 31, 9 pm
and 12 midnight E.S.T. Check your local listings for re-airing times.
"Stealing Time: The New Science of Aging"
As experts approach a fundamental understanding of how people
age, the world is witnessing the birth of a new discipline: the science
of aging. Stealing Time: The New Science of Aging, a new three-hour
series airing again on PBS, offers startling evidence that the future
may bring a doubling - perhaps a near tripling - of the average life
span of human beings. Click
Magazine, "Live a Lot Longer"
After decades of fumbling in the dark, researchers are fitting together
the puzzle of how we age--and how we may be able to live a lot longer.
This three part series on longevity is a "must-read". The
article appeared in the July 19, 1999 issue.
ABC News 20/20, "Fountain of Youth"
ABC News show 20/20 recently spotlighted the benefits of HGH
therapy. Reporter Michael Guillen commented:
"Wouldn’t it be great to feel young all your life? To always
have the vim and vigor of a 30-year-old, even when you’re 60 or 70
and beyond? Well, to a growing number of baby boomers hitting that
big 5-0, the idea of slowing down the clock, maybe even reversing
it, is more than just a pipe dream."
The Oprah Winfrey Show, "Medical Miracles"
During an appearance on the Oprah Winfrey Show, Dr. Ronald Klatz,
author of "Grow Young with HGH" and president of the American
Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine, said "sophisticated genetic tests
will one day make diseases treatable years before symptoms appear
and the human lifespan may be as long as 130 years. "You'll reach
a point, at about 45 or 50 years of age, and stay there for another
50 or 60 years." Oprah wondered, "Where do I sign up?"
Time Magazine, "Can We Stay Young?"
From Time Magazine's article "Fountain of Youth:
"Most promising of all is the possibility that scientists may
someday not only lengthen life-spans but improve them as well. Researchers
are starting to talk about the likelihood of people living well into
their second centuries with the smooth skin, firm muscles, clear vision,
high energy and vigorous sexual capabilities they once could enjoy
only in youth."
PRNewswire, "Glenn Receives Award"
The American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine, a medical society of
6,000 physicians and scientists from 44 countries, unanimously selected
former astronaut John Glenn to receive their highest tribute, the
1998 Infinity Award.