Corpus ID: 16820093

Hair loss remedies--separating fact from fiction.

@article{Bandaranayake2004HairLR,
  title={Hair loss remedies--separating fact from fiction.},
  author={I. Bandaranayake and P. Mirmirani},
  journal={Cutis},
  year={2004},
  volume={73 2},
  pages={
          107-14
        }
}
Hair loss is a common complaint in the outpatient setting. Frequently, patients conduct their own research on hair loss diagnosis and treatment and are faced with a number of manufacturers' claims that their products will benefit hair loss. This paper explores the truth behind those claims of hair regrowth. We intend for this information to serve as a "consumer report" for healthcare providers and patients and to help separate some of the valid claims for hair regrowth from those that are… Expand
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