Science May Soon Have A Cure For Baldness

Science May Soon Have A Cure For Baldness

To all the kings lacking head foliage out there, your day may soon be arriving. According to dermatologists, a recent study conducted in the US might just hold the key to finding a cure for baldness.

As the reports have indicated, the study has successfully grown hair on mice through the use of human stem cells. Complete with follicles, sebaceous glands, and a nerve network.

The hope is that this very study will eventually lead to a “limitless supply” of hair follicles, which would also eventually lead to many more transplant opportunities. Currently, the standard procedure involves the transplant of hair follicles from one part of the head to another.

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This method of therapy will also offer a solution to burn victims as well as those with skin diseases such as alopecia. Safe to say, whatever your affliction, this modern miracle will certainly offer some cosmetic comfort.

Or, you know, just shave it all off. Dealer’s choice.

Have your genes bought you a one-way ticket to Cue Ball town? Find out how you can slow down the process until a bonafide cure for baldness has been discovered. And on a related note, read up on the five most common mistakes blokes make with their hair (and how to fix them).