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ali13

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I've been doing some research on HGH, as I'm getting on a bit and keen to try it for a number of reasons.

However I've recently had a Basal Cell Carcinoma (BCC) cut out. From my research I know there is some risk around increased growth rates of cancer and HGH, but given BCC's are slow growing, generally not regarded as dangerous cancers I was wondering whether taking HGH would still be considered a risk or not?

Any help is much appreciated.
 

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Bukkake Kunce
HGH is still a risk even if you don't have a BCC as you might get a problem later on.

If you absolutely must run HGH and you are also concerned about health problems then my advice would be to run very low doses.
 
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