Bayer Prolactin Receptor Antibody For Male And Female Pattern Hair Loss

trialAcc

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so maybe do you think there is a good possibilities we should see first resuls or data in a 1.5 years period?
If it's a 4 or 6 month trial that gets up and running prior to Q2 2022? Sure I guess late 2022 early 2023 is when they'd release results, especially if positive. Lets see when the trial actually goes up on the clinical.gov site.
 

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but they don't just work for the Androgenetic Alopecia, they can still repair damage due to an accident or change a natural hairline
 

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Not sure, basically I want to see phase 2 results. But it definitely has a lot of potential. I would like to see when the phase 2 will complete so we can predicts the arrival of results.
 

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they have earned enough money already it is time to have treatments that are really effective
 

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How many will that work keep in business do you think? 5%?
The concern is not having enough hair transplant surgeons because there aren't many new ones. They are almost all ready for retirement
 

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its been known for decades that prolactin acts in skin to regulate hair cycling and that dysregulation of this cycle can cause extended telogen. its so sad only one company has decided to look at this pathway but I guess biologics are a newer approach to treating conditions

here is a study that proved it in 2002 in sheep: https://joe.bioscientifica.com/view/journals/joe/172/3/605.xml
Curious, I know a man who has the face of a sheep and has good hair.
 

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So, I have a question. Has it been verified that this drug is actually being put through clinical trials for hair loss? Some have had to walk back their claims since the drug was only known, at the time, to be planned for trials relating to endometriosis. The mentions of hair loss were just about how it might be useful for that purpose in future trials.

Without reading through all 72 pages of this thread, where has it been confirmed that it's being trialed for hair loss?
 
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