Hair loss: the bald truth

By Bess Manson In Science

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Despairing men who can’t face cutting their losses and shaving off what remains of their hair have been turning to the pharmaceutical and medical professions to try to reverse nature’s cruelty. There’s an abundance of sprays, solutions, pills, supplements and vitamins that are claimed to restore hair. And if you have the money and fortitude, there’s always the hair transplant route. Many treatments should be approached with caution, however, and may lead to a loss of money in addition to the loss of hair. ...

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