April 24, 2019
CAROLINE JONES FOR THE DAILY MAIL
Men's hair loss treatments revolutionised following transplant developments
But none are much help for the eight million women also affected by hair loss
Transplants mostly for men as small area is easier than whole scalp for women
Hair loss treatment in men has been revolutionised following the development of transplant techniques and the launch of the prescription drug finasteride.
But none of these is much help for the eight million women also affected.
Finasteride isn’t licensed to treat female hair loss because it has been linked with birth defects when taken during pregnancy.
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