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Future hair loss treatments address many of the limitations of the cosmetic, medical, and surgical treatment methods currently in use, and will include some entirely new treatment methods such as hair follicle cloning and gene therapy, both of which are methods that have the potential to actually "cure" inherited pattern baldness permanently.

Introduction
Future of Cosmetic Treatments
Future of Medical Treatments
Future of Surgical Treatments
Types of Cloning
Gene Therapy
Summary

Information provided by:

Peter J. Panagotacos, M.D.
From "Hair Loss Answers by The Hair Doc"
Chapter 17 "Future Hair Loss Treatments"


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Cloning
Cloning is the process of reproducing cells, organs, or entire organisms from a single parent, in contrast to sexual reproduction, which involves the mixing of DNA from both parents. Cloning results in offspring that have an exact copy of the DNA of the single parent. Read More...

Future Medical Treatments
Most of today's medicines for treating hair loss have limited effectiveness. Currently, we don't have a complete understanding of exactly why certain diseases cause hair loss.
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