GHRH clinical trial

By | December 5, 2009

I’ve spoken in the past about GHRH and why this is in many ways far superior to conventional HGH injections. Well, if you’re eligible this is a chance to participate in a paid GHRH trial. Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center in Baltimore is currently holding a short recruitment drive to enlist suitable volunteers to study the effects of nightly injections of GHRH.

GHRH or Growth Hormone Releasing Hormone is one of the strongest HGH releasers which stimulate the pituitary gland to produce more growth hormone. It is technically, a human growth factor (like IGF-1), but generally unavailable to the public all this while, for reasons I am not sure about.

Anyway, this GHRH trial is a paid trial and they are seeking men and women aged 65+ and above to participate. This is the email I received from their rep, Alexandra:

Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, Baltimore, MD is conducting a paid clinical study of GHRH and is actively recruiting volunteers age 65 and older. The payment for six months of participation is $1,700. The study involves 10 outpatient visits and nightly injections of GHRH. We are studying the effect that stimulating growth hormone production has in the body.

I am the Research Nurse coordinating the trial. Please post and refer interested people to my email (arosen26 @ or direct phone on campus:  410-550-2662. Many thanks, Alexandra

She also further clarified that they are only seeking 24 people, so anyone interested should get in touch with her ASAP. The intake duration would probably be approximately 3 months; only 24 people will be chosen.

Please not there are inclusion and exclusion criteria so not all will qualify for this trial. Anyone aged 65+ in the US who thinks they qualify may want to get in touch with the research nurse.