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Arthritis Drug Spurs Hair Growth on Bald Man's Head

The long sought after cure for some types baldness may have been discovered. Researchers at Yale University School of Medicine report a case of a man who had virtually no hair on his entire body, a disease called alopecia universalis, growing a complete head of hair after receiving a treatment for plaque psoriasis, a common skin disease. According to a news release, the 25-year-old only had hair on the scaly red areas of psoriasis on his head. He was treated with tofacitinib citrate,...

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