Osteoporosis drug may help treat male-pattern baldness

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A drug designed to treat osteoporosis may help treat hair loss and it's being considered a possible breakthrough for bald people. (KGO-TV)

A drug designed to treat osteoporosis may help treat hair loss and it's being considered a possible breakthrough for bald people.

Currently, Rogaine and Propecia are available for treating male-pattern baldness. Both have side effects and often produce disappointing results.

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The University of Manchester said it has conducted successful experiments using hair follicles and the next step will be a clinical trial to see if the the drug is effective and safe.
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