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Male-Pattern Baldness Could See First New Treatment in over 10 Years

06:55 EDT 16 Apr 2019 | Labiotech.eu

A skin cream developed by the Italian company Cassiopea has reduced male-pattern baldness for up to 12 months in a phase II trial. Androgenetic alopecia, commonly known as male-pattern baldness in men, is a very common condition where excess male hormones (androgens) in hair follicles stop hair growing on the scalp. There are only two […]

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