Male pattern baldness is due at least partly to your genes, and an inherited susceptibility to certain chemicals present in the body. It is very common, and it is not a disease, even though for many of us it probably gives as much grief as one.
It might be genetic, but that does not mean there is nothing you can do about it. Much research has gone into hair loss, and scientists and doctors now understand the mechanism of male pattern baldness much better than they used to, and they have developed many innovative treatments for MPB-related hair loss in men.
Latest Publications and Research on Hair Loss in MenHair transplantation. - Published by PubMed
Low-Level Light Therapy for Androgenetic Alopecia: A 24-Week, Randomized, Double-Blind, Sham Device-Controlled Multicenter Trial. - Published by PubMed
Hair biology and its comprehensive sequence in female pattern baldness: diagnosis and treatment modalities--Part I. - Published by PubMed
Androgenetic alopecia at various ages and prostate cancer risk in an equal-access multiethnic case-control series of veterans. - Published by PubMed
A new strategy to modulate alopecia using a combination of two specific and unique ingredients. - Published by PubMed