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    You would probably need to get in contact with those doctors and ask. One of them was the guy Spencer interviews in a video he posted in this thread.

    I think that if this works for you there would be a a much greater media frenzi than there was for the AA patient. Dr Christiniano says results could begin within a few days. Good luck.

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    I work in an Rheumatoid Arthritis clinic. We give intravenous immune modulators like this JAK inhibitor. My observation is the men and women getting these medications that are similar to Xeljanz (tofacitinib) is hair loss, not hair growth. While each of these medications affect different immune antibodies, I don't see how Tofacitinib topically would help AGA. Then again Christiano claims success. I will wait for the studies and research.

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    Did this product available for purchase now? Do you know any website to buy it?

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    Hi all, I have stopped using the Tofacitinib because of its immunosuppressive effect (systemically) that I have started to feel. One thing that caught my attention was that I got a cold sore, and I do not recall ever having had a herpes coldsore on my lip plus I started catching colds from my young children, and I almost never have a runny nose, and here I had a cough, a runny nose, protracted malaise headaches etc. The other thing I noticed is that my back stopped hurting. In the past it would hurt like once every 3 months and for about 6 months it did not hurt even when it should have after a workout. So I stopped the Tofacitinib use and my hair results disappeared within 6 months or less.

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    Chinese sage, which has a proper chemical name, is a jak inhibitor whuch is widely available and cheap.
    Ive been using this amongst other things which I am happy to share if anyond is interested. I use it topically

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    I think though the presentation of aa and aga differs it is becoming apparent that the molecular
    pathways and therefore the treatment may be the same. And the profit of finding a cure
    for male pattern hair loss is much greater than those more orphaned diseases of aa, means there is high motivation for that solution.

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