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Are peptides dangerous (can they cause cancer)?

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Old 01-28-2013, 08:15 PM
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Default Are peptides dangerous (can they cause cancer)?



Are peptides dangerous (can they cause cancer)?
I have disk herniation.. and one friend of mine told that peptides (GHRP-2 + ModGRF), can help me to heal the disk.. Lets say, he is right..

The question is are they safe? I mean, it is Ok for me if they hive some side effects.. but is the medicine so advanced today, that they can track every single biochemical process and to say 100% its safe? That it does n`t trigger cancer? I mean the FDA has approved aspartam.... enough said.

I`m young 24y and want to get rid out the pain and the limitations i have with herniated disk... but i prefer to live with the pain and limitations.. than get cancer or some other scary ****.
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