by Kevin Rands | May 6, 2003 11:35 pm
This trial is from pre-2005 and is no longer recruiting. We never received updated information on it, past what you read below.
Bristol Myers/Squibb is conducting a nationwide study to determine the effectiveness and safety of an investigational medication for male pattern hair loss. They are recruiting patients for this trial in several cities across the country…
In this study, the medication will be applied to the surface of the scalp for a duration of 30 weeks with monthly visits to a dermatologist. It is being conducted from several states across the nation, and they would like volunteers who qualify to fill out the form below regarding being a part of the study.
This compound is chemically similar to Minoxidil (Rogaine) in that it works by opening ion channels within cells. However, the compound being tested has been shown to be 1000 times stronger than Minoxidil as a channel opener / potential hair growth stimulant.
If you are a Male between the ages of 18 and 40 and fit the criteria listed on the page below, we welcome you to fill out the form at the bottom of the page, and participate in the study. We would also ask that those who do not qualify for the study according to the list of requirements, not participate in this study. It is important to keep studies like this accurate and useful, or it will be to the detriment of hair loss sufferers everywhere. Thank you for your understanding.
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