i am seeking info on the effects of hgh and or peptides in relation to tumors specifically on liver and kidneys any thoughts ?
Allow me to apologize in advance for giving a rambling answer, which doesn't answer your question in a definitive way.
The issue of gh and cancer is something I think, and sometimes worry, about. I like gh: my sense of well-being is better when I take it and elevate my IGF-1.
OTOH, you can survey the scientific literature at PubMed. Search on terms like "growth hormone", "igf-1" and "cancer". It's a bit hard to copy links in when I'm using my iPad, but you will find that news isn't encouraging. For example, men with elevated IGF-1 are at increased risk of prostate cancer according to several studies. (I did find one weird result where an inverse relationship was found between IGF and liver cancer: low IGF associated with greater risk. But this is the odd man out.)
I looked into in the relationship between acromegaly (disease condition of abnormally high gh output a la Andre the Giant) and cancer. Conflicting results ... but it looks like the cancer risks are somewhat elevated but not crazy high.
What about young people? High levels of gh but low rates of cancer. This doesn't tell us much about what happens when an old guy like me takes gh. There is a much higher rate of mistakes in cell replication, and stimulating proliferation could turn out to be a problem. Some cancers even produce their own gh promoting their growth.
Bottom line: i don't know the answer and probably no one does. My guess is that we are elevating our risks, esp. the older guys, who are the very ones who benefit the most from gh. Life is dangerous I guess.