Nashville, TN - Scientists at Vanderburg University have finally found a successful therapy to reverse hair loss in balding mice.
Lead scientist Brad Withers told reporters, "Nearly 45% of all mice suffer hair loss at some point in their lives. In many cases, it leads to poor self-image and self-esteem issues. With this new treatment, we believe we can restore mice to their confident, secure selves."
According to the study, 93% of mice that received the treatment regrew hair compared to the placebo group. Side effects were minimal and included headaches, scalp irritation, and unwanted facial hair.
Scientists say they plan to fast-track the treatment onto final trials over the next few weeks and release it to veterinarians everywhere in early 2021.
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