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Hair loss can be devastating, ask anyone who deals with the issue on a personal level. The good news is that the development of new treatments is at an all-time high. Gene Therapy, Hair Cloning, drugs and other treatments are being tested with positive and successful lab results. However, the treatments can be costly with limited availability and years from becoming available to the general public.

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Cell-Based Hair Follicle Regeneration
Researchers at Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC) have devised a hair restoration method that can generate new human hair growth, rather than simply redistribute hair from one part of the scalp to another. The approach could significantly expand the use of hair transplantation to women with hair loss, who tend to have insufficient donor hair, as well as to men in the early stages of baldness.  Read more >>>

Follicular Unit Extraction Hair Transplant
Hair transplantation has come a long way. With the advent of Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE), the dream of ‘no visible scarring’ in the donor area is now looking like a possibility. In FUE, the grafts are extracted as individual follicular units in a two-step or three-step technique whereas the method of implantation remains the same as in the traditional FUT. The addition of latest automated FUE technique seeks to overcome some of the limitations in this relatively new technique and it is now possible to achieve more than a thousand grafts in one day in trained hands.  Read more >>>

Hair Cloning
Hair cloning (hair multiplication) is a promising treatment for androgenetic alopecia, or common genetic hair loss that is being actively researched by pioneering hair restoration physicians, like Dr. Bernstein in conjunction with Columbia University, hoping to be the first to develop a “cure” for hair loss. In hair cloning, a sample of a person’s germinative hair follicle cells are multiplied outside the body (in vitro), and then they are re-implanted into the scalp with the hope that they will grow new hair follicles and, thus, new permanent hair.  Read more >>>

Beginning as early as 2014, the surgical technique patented by Dr. Wesley will receive FDA approval and be made available to patients worldwide. Using this innovative approach, the benefits of current surgical practices (hair survival and natural appearance) may be enhanced and the appearance of scanning may be eliminated. In addition, post-operative recovery may be improved by becoming more comfortable and more rapid.  Read more >>>

Rebooting hair follicles with cells is not the only avenue of research, Washenik says. Latisse, the drug that is FDA-approved for eyelash growth, may also help regrow hair on the scalp. Still, he says, there have been some hiccups along the way. “It’s proving a little more difficult to get the medication to penetrate the scalp, but studies are under way, he says.  Read more >>>

Combination Therapy
The true Holy Grail may come from the combining a drug like Latisse with a certain type of medication commonly used to treat allergies and asthma. The medication blocks a hormone-like substance that prevents hair from growing. A treatment like this might help with hair growth.  Read more >>>

FDA Approved Medications
Many medications available today treat hair loss, says Nicole E. Rogers, MD, an assistant clinical professor of dermatology at Tulane University School of Medicine in New Orleans.  Read more >>>

Laser Hair Loss Treatments
Manufacturers of laser devices for hair loss claim that the first signs of improvement can be seen within the first 6 to 8 weeks, and the full effects will be seen within 9 months. The iGrow device is in the form of a helmet with headphones attached and uses a low level laser therapy to help stimulate the hair follicles and the scalp.  Read more >>>

More Resources
New Drug-Free Treatments for Hair Loss
Latisse – Quest for Hair
Four New Key Hair-Loss Treatments
Stem Cells and Hair Regeneration for Men & Women