Archive for the ‘PROPECIA’ Category
Posted by Gary Heron, on January 25th, 2008, under PROPECIA, RSS
PROPECIA was developed to treat mild to moderate male pattern hair loss on the vertex (top of head) and anterior mid-scalp area (middle front of head) in MEN ONLY. There is not sufficient evidence that PROPECIA works for receding hairlines at the temples. PROPECIA is for the treatment of male pattern hair loss in [...] - More on PROPECIA: Possible Side Effects.
Posted by Gary Heron, on January 18th, 2008, under CELEBRITY HAIR LOSS, PROPECIA, RSS
MADRID, Jan 17 (Reuters) – Spanish second division player Borja Criado said on Thursday he was trying to prevent baldness and not improve his performance after being handed a two-year ban for the use of a drug to combat hair-loss. The Granada 74 midfielder tested positive for the banned masking agent Finasteride while [...] - More on Spanish second division player banned for hair-loss drug.
Posted by Gary Heron, on December 5th, 2007, under PROPECIA, TRICHOTALK, RSS
Failed test … Romario kisses the match ball he used to score what he claimed to be his 1,000th goal (AFP). Former Brazil international Romario says he has failed a doping test after a Brazilian championship match because of a medicine he was using for hair loss. The 41-year-old Vasco da Gama striker, who made [...] - More on Romario fails doping test, blames hair loss treatment.
Posted by Gary Heron, on November 14th, 2007, under PROPECIA, RSS
In the longest reported controlled clinical study of men with certain types of male pattern hair loss (MPHL), 2 of 3 men who took PROPECIA regrew hair, as measured by actual hair counts over time, whereas all men in the study who took a placebo (not PROPECIA) lost hair. For further information go to: http://www.propecia.com/finasteride/propecia/consumer/see_the_proof/effectiveness.jsp [...] - More on PROPECIA Results.
Posted by Gary Heron, on November 6th, 2007, under PROPECIA, TRICHOTALK, RSS
PROPECIA is the only once-a-day pill that has been approved by the FDA for the treatment of certain types of hair loss in men. And most importantly, it’s been demonstrated to be generally effective in FDA-reviewed clinical trials to maintain or improve hair count in most men. To find out more click on to: [...] - More on Propecia v Placebo.