Has a cure for baldness finally been found?
Baldness has been an unsolvable issue for men and globally, yet a recent study has shown that researchers might have found a solution
Baldness has been an unsolvable issue for men globally, but a recent study has shown that researchers might have found a solution.
In a study that was carried out by Yale University and Stanford University, 67 bald patients took a pill called Xeljanz to examine whether it would encourage hair growth.
The study found that more than half of the participants were able to see hair growth, while a third recovered more than 50 percent of their lost hair.
In a separate study, nine out of 12 patients suffering from baldness recovered more than 50 percen of hair regrowth using a similar drug, Jakafi, which is usually used for cancer treatment.
Although researchers say this is potentially great news for people with baldness, the drug will not create miracles.
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