A cousin of a molecule that stimulates eyelash growth may stop hair growth on the scalp
Just because a man is bald doesn’t mean there’s nothing going on in his scalp. A molecule found in the scalps of bald men may offer clues about how male pattern baldness arises and what to do about it.
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