A drug that helps to stop blindness could soon be used to combat baldness

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Propecia and Rogaine both started out as medications for other conditions before their success as hair loss treatments was discovered. Now eyedrops used to treat glaucoma have been found to increase eyelash growth and research has begun into finding out if this can be used to treat hair loss on the scalp. Early signs are encouraging. Could this be a genuine new weapon in the battle against baldness?

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About Matt Heaton

Matt Heaton is a Patient Advisor at Rahal. He is active on the hair loss forums (as mattj) and is known for his detailed approach to patient guidance. He enjoys movies, writing and long walks with his dog, Murray.

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