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A question that a lot of people who are suffering from hair loss would like the answer to is – Will there ever be a permanent cure for hair loss? Given the advancements in technology and medicine over the last decade, it’s an almost certainty that there will be a permanent cure for hair loss. Given that, the more interesting questions are – when will we have it and what will it look like?

When will we have it?

The hair loss industry is worth billions each year, when you take hair transplants and hair loss treatments into account. This being the case, a permanent cure for hair loss would be worth unimaginable amounts of money. Whenever there’s a lot of money to be made, you can sure that someone’s trying to figure out how to make it. This is a big part of the reason why research into hair loss has increased dramatically over the last 2 decades.

At one time, it was simply accepted that some men lose their hair and there’s nothing that can be done about it. Nowadays, as scientists have learned more about the biological reasons behind hair loss, the premise of a permanent cure looks much more likely. Whilst it’s impossible to predict exactly when a permanent and completely effective cure for hair loss will be on the market, it certainly doesn’t seem like a foreign notion when you consider the effective solutions that are available right now.

What will it look like?

It’s easy to assume that a permanent hair loss cure would come in the form of a pill, much like Propecia is now. However, one of the most promising avenues of hair loss research is hair cloning. Hair cloning is being researched in many different labs around the world as I write this. In fact some people are so invested in this research that they’re convinced that soon it will be the most

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He has been practicing medicine ever since earning his degree in 1979 from McMaster University’s Department of Medicine. He also took continuing education courses in cosmetic laser surgery at both Harvard and Loyola Universities.

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