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    Default Male Pattern Baldness Possibly Caused by Stem Cell Inactivation

    New research published in the Journal of Clinical Investigation has found that faulty stem cells may play a role in male pattern baldness.The study led by George Cotsarelis., chair of the Department of Dermatology at the University of Pennsylvania, examined stem cell samples from men who have undergone hair transplant surgery. Cotsarelisí team [...]

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