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What does GSH stand for?

GSH stands for Growth-Stimulating Hormone

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Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy (BPH), or enlargement of the prostate, is caused by an over-production of the growth-stimulating hormone DHT, which is found in testosterone.
ODA appears to function as a growth-stimulating hormone and may lead to more efficient mushroom cultivation or to enhanced production of valuable fungal products.
They can prescribe potentially harmful growth-stimulating hormones to women they suspect will deliver prematurely or, after a baby is born early, place the infant in a humidified incubator and slather its skin with Vaseline.
children whose pituitary glands do not produce enough of the growth-stimulating hormone.
the nation's largest supplier of natural beef -- fresh meats that come from animals raised from birth without the use of growth-stimulating hormones or antibiotics, and on foods that are tested free of pesticide residues -- goes beyond the USDA standards, making food safety and purity the cornerstone of its business for 15 years.