Okay yes there's a few freaks and zealots, i'd like to think that they're tackled in an appropriate manner, and the people doing so are sensible enough to realise that their theories aren't the be all and end all. Pretty sure i've said this before and you can quote me on this "f*** knows,". I might have quoted in this thread or another similar thread a study which put the figure at around 20% diet, by comparing identical twins, it was alas but one study and unlikely to give such a definitive answer. The study refers to Androgenetic Alopecia, male pattern baldness is Androgenetic Alopecia (androgenetic alopecia) hairloss which is caused by androgens (male hormones). The study also mentions a similar link in men, so it's a valid starting point for discussions. I'm not sure whether your making this point to reinforce the previous point, which i'm not sure i agree with because i think a study on Androgenetic Alopecia is relevant for both sexes, however very rarely, most campaigns target older women, but you do realise young men get breast cancer right? Just not many.