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The “Norddeutsche Zentrum für Wachstumsforschung” (North German Centre for Growth Research), Twiete 39, 24536 Neumünster, takes the protection of your personal data very seriously and strictly adheres to the data protection laws. The personal data gathered and stored on this website contain only technically necessary information and follow the prescriptions of the “Bundesdatenschutzgesetz” (German Federal Data Protection Act) as well as the “Informations- und Teledienstedatenschutzgesetz” (German Information and Teleservice Protection Act). Data from anonymous users are immediately deleted; those from registered users are deleted after 10 years respectively.

We do not pass on your personal data to a third party.

The following explanation offers you an overview of how we safeguard your data and what kind of data is being collected for what purpose.

Data processing on this Internet site

We automatically collect and store on our server log files information that your browser transmits to us. These are:

  • Type/version of browser
  • Operating system OR system software used
  • Referrer URL (the internet site previously visited)
  • Hostname of the accessing computer (IP address)
  • Time of request to the server

These data are for us unassignable to designated persons. Merging these data with data from other sources does not take place.


The Internet pages use so-called cookies in several places. They simply serve to guarantee the correct logging-in. Cookies are small text files that are deposited on your computer and stored in your browser. The cookies used by us are so-called session cookies. They are automatically deleted after your visit. The cookies do not contain personal data but merely an anonymous, automatically generated number. An identification of the user by means of the cookies is not possible.


If you want to receive the Newsletter offered on the website we need from you a valid email address as well as information that allows us to check if you are the owner of said email address or, alternatively, if the owner of the email address agrees to receive the Newsletter. Further data are not requested. You may revoke your consent to the storing of the data, the email address as well as its use for the sending of the Newsletter at any time.

Right of access to personal data

You have at any time right of access to the stored data regarding your person, its origin and receiver as well as the purpose of the storage. Disclosure about stored data is given by the data protection agent.

Further information

Your trust is important to us. We are available to you at any time in regard to the processing of your personal data. If you have questions not answered by this data protection explanation, or if you wish more detailed information regarding certain points, please turn to the data protection agent.

Please remember: the data concerning your child supplied to us by you will be administered with the greatest possible care. Nonetheless, unforeseen mishaps may occur. For this reason, we would like to ask you to always keep a copy at your home of all measurements supplied by you to and handled by

How tall will your child be?

When do we first diagnose growth disorders?

When do we first diagnose growth disorders?

In 2000 and 2001 a survey was performed in Southern Germany to investigate at what age two common growth disorders are usually diagnosed. The diagnosis Growth Hormone Deficiency is found in approximately 1 child out of 4000; Turner’s Syndrome is found in approximately 1 child out of 2000. more

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