growth hormone

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Synonyms for growth hormone

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FDA's clearance to market GENOTROPIN means physicians, patients and payers in the U.
Pharmacia is clearly the global leader in the marketing of human growth hormone with its GENOTROPIN.
Initially, there was little use of Omnitrope, even though Sandoz had priced it at 40% less than branded Genotropin.
The two drugs have opposite effects on the human physiology - Genotropin is used to treat growth hormone deficiency and Somavert is a growth hormone antagonist - but the proteins used in each are very similar.
not limited to, Enbrel, Genotropin, Geodon, the Prevnar/Prevenar
Genotropin was intended for use in short children and adults with growth hormone deficiency.
The new plant is designed to improve the manufacturing process for Genotropin.
has received the approval of Genotropin for Adult Growth Hormone Deficiency patients (aGHD).
For the last 16 months Abbie has been having a daily injection of Growth Hormone Treatment with Genotropin and has been growing just over 1cm a month meaning she is catching up with her age-to-height ratio.
Craig Shaun Case,18,of Hamden Way,Acrefair, admitted stealing 10 vials of Genotropin valued at pounds 2,750 from Phoenix Health Care, Dolydd Road,Wrexham,on January 27.
The suit involved Genotropin (somatropin (rDNA origin) for injection), Pharmacia's biosynthetic human growth hormone product which competes with Novo Nordisk's Norditropin (somatropin (rDNA origin) for injection) human growth hormone.
According to the Prader-Willi Syndrome Association USA (PWSAUSA), FDA approval may also make it easier to obtain insurance or Medicaid coverage for Genotropin.
Baby Spice was at London's Savoy Hotel to hand Genotropin Achiever of the Year awards to youngsters Marita Hing, seven, of Slough, Berkshire, Tom Mann, 11, of Liverpool, and 13-year-old Sophie Hancock, of Bolton, Lancashire.
The aim was to design a sticker to be distributed to hospitals across the country to be used to brighten up a Genotropin pen, a device used to inject growth hormone.