80% of men are affected by this, but a new study suggests a cure could be just a few years away. What is it?
A study published in the March 21st issue of Science Translational Medicine, found men who had a high level of a protein called prostaglandin D2 on their scalps were more likely to be bald.
The next step for researchers is to find a treatment that targets the gene that triggers the protein.
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