Even "Swiss Temples" stopped posting updates of his hairline years ago from what I've seen. Here are typical good results on finasteride/minoxidil: http://www.beIgraviacentre[DOT]com/success-stories/ Are there any compelling studies or research that suggests we should: 1) Give up on androgen blockers? 2) Give up on proven growth stimulants like minoxidil? Trying to fix the androgen problem DOWNSTREAM of androgen binding is foolish to me unless it has been proven to work first. eg. Setipiprant which people are spending thousands of dollars on with no proof yet that it actually works: Furthermore, to complain about an oral antiandrogen while pumping your body full of prostaglandin altering meds is just picking one poison over another in principle. If you want better prostaglandins, blocking androgens will give you that automatically. If you want even better prostaglandins, we know minoxidil already affects prostaglandin balance favorably while being dirt cheap even orally (that's how it works). I don't see the appeal. At best I can imagine some of these agents might become good adjuncts to existing approaches if they are cheap. Am I being foolish? Honestly it makes no sense to me.